Graduate Degrees and Administrative Licensure
At Hamline, you'll find what you need in your career and your classroom. Explore our diverse master's degree programs for educators and find the one that suits your needs. You'll gain practical skills with every course and grow to meet every challenge of today's classrooms.
Advanced degrees and administrative licensure
Doctorate in Education
This hybrid program is designed for working professionals and blends the best of face-to-face classes with the flexibility and convenience of online coursework.
You'll become an educator who can implement meaningful change in your classroom, build strong relationships, be culturally responsive to your students' needs, and lead your classroom with efficiency and compassion.
Master of Arts in Teaching
You've earned your bachelor's degree and want to become a teacher—now what? With the MAT, you'll prepare for your initial teaching license while you earn a master's degree.
Master of Arts in Education
This master's degree meets the challenges of today’s schools and society with guiding questions and collaborative conversations. Your professional growth will spring from the thought-provoking discussions you'll have every day.
Master of Arts in Literacy Education
You'll become an expert in the building blocks of education and help your students soar, from early reading to advanced material.
MAEd in Natural Science and Environmental Education
Climate and environment affect every part of today's world, and you'll meet your students' questions with seasoned guidance and expertise. Invest in your commitment to a sustainable world with this degree.
You can apply certificate credits toward a master’s degree
Not ready to start a master’s program? Start with one of our graduate certificates! Experience Hamline’s personalized teaching and mentoring. Then, you can apply your certificate credits toward a master’s degree. Most certificates will satisfy most if not all of your elective requirements.
Explore education certificates:
Graduate Admission651-523-3058 (fax)
School of Education and Leadership651-523-2489 (fax)