The AUM College of Education recognizes that the development of a competent, committed, and reflective educator means the development of a Professional Educator.

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Online Programs


Benefits of Online Learning

  1. Schedule Flexibility: Students can access their course at any time, from anywhere they can log on, in most cases. This means that parents, working students, and professionals on the move have the option of attending classes no matter their work schedule. Students only need a computer and Internet access to take online classes.
  2. Ease of accessibility: Courseware can be accessible for students when they need it. Students can review lectures, discussions, explanations, and comments. Individuals can also share notes with each other to help facilitate community learning.
  3. Students control study time: On-campus courses are typically scheduled in a more rigid format, with shorter classes running 50 minutes, and others running longer. Night classes may last for nearly three hours. One of the benefits of online education is that students may not have to sit for long periods of time. Lessons can be paused when needed, and notes read at will.  

Traditional Masters in Early Childhood Education
Traditional Masters in Elementary Education
Traditional Masters in Physical Education
Masters (NC) in Instructional Technology
Education Specialist in Early Childhood Education
Education Specialist in Elementary Education
Education Specialist in Physical Education
Education Specialist in Instructional Leadership
Education Specialist (NC) in Instructional Technology
Education Specialist in Special Education, Collaborative K-6
Education Specialist in Special Education, Collaborative 6-12 
Education Specialist School Couseling
Education Specialist Clinical Mental Health