Graduate Programs in Education

Strong teachers change lives. Graduate programs in education for men and women.

Benefit from our nationally recognized programs.

Whether you’re a licensed teacher or looking to transition into the profession, Meredith’s graduate programs in education will make you stronger.

Schools are known to seek out and hire Meredith trained teachers. Why? Because our personalized approach to education empowers graduates to enter the classroom and make an immediate impact.

Each program – the Meredith M.Ed., the Meredith MAT, Add-on Licensure, and Licensure only – develops the advanced skills teachers need to effectively serve today’s diverse student populations. You’ll learn about the latest innovations in classroom technology and instructional best practices.

Our renowned graduate education programs in Raleigh will deepen your knowledge – whether you’re an experienced teacher or just getting started.

See how Meredith graduate programs in education will make you even stronger.


Thank you for your Interest!

You can connect with a graduate admissions counselor in a variety of ways—choose the one that’s most convenient for you. We look forward to hearing from you!

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Department of Education »

Master of Education

Master of Education

For licensed teachers who want to become even stronger.

Master of Arts in Teaching

Master of Arts Teaching

For those who don’t hold a teaching license but want to become a teacher.

Add-on Licensure

Add-on Licensure

For those who want to earn an additional license in a high-demand specialty field.


Licensure Only

For those who want to gain credentials needed to be a teacher.

5+ Programs

5+ Programs

For undergraduates who want to get a jump start on their MAT.

Why Meredith?

"My experience in the Meredith MAT program helped me develop and build my strengths by making me reflect on what I do in the classroom and how I can make changes to improve on my practice."Sharon Hartfield, ’13, MAT