Master of Arts in Education – Asbury University
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Master of Arts in Education

The need for dedicated, skilled educators has never been greater. At Asbury University, we understand the unique challenges and opportunities that educators face in serving the diverse needs of students across Kentucky and beyond. We also recognize the needs that faith-filled educators fill. Our tailored programs can advance your career while fulfilling the needs of students and schools.

Whether you’re teaching in urban centers, rural communities, or suburban schools, our Master of Arts programs are designed to equip you with the knowledge, strategies and cultural competencies to effectively reach and engage every student in your classroom. Through rigorous coursework, hands-on experiences, and mentorship from experienced faculty, you’ll be ready for the places God takes you in your career.

Our programs seamlessly transition into certification-only Rank I programs, ensuring that you have the credentials and recognition you need to make a meaningful impact in the classroom and in the lives of your students.


Stephanie Abrams ’18 completed her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Education through Asbury Online. She shares: “Looking back over my life, Asbury was the catalyst in a series of events that changed everything for me. Back then, I couldn’t imagine returning to college as an adult, but within days of enrolling in the Elementary Education program, I felt supported and valued. The program and its professors are a step above the rest and they ensured that I was prepared to enter my field as a professional and knowledgeable asset. I felt more prepared than many others in my field because of the foundation that I received through Asbury. The graduate program strengthened my independence and leadership skills, as well as provided extensive training on working with other leaders within the school. The impact Asbury has left is one I will always be grateful for, and I thank God that our paths crossed.”