In honor of national #ThankATeacher week May 6-10, Baker University’s School of Education will waive application fees for master’s and doctoral programs during May to let educators know that Baker values their work.
“Being an educator is one of the most important careers an individual can choose,” said Linda Heinen, director of graduate education enrollment. “At Baker University, we are grateful for the time and energy educators put into building the minds of the future. As a way of saying ‘Thank you’ we are waiving our application fees for the School of Education graduate programs during May! With free application fees, it’s a great time for educators to focus on their own education.”
Baker offers the following master’s degrees: Master of Arts in Education, Master of Science in Special Education, Master of Science in School Leadership, and Master of Science in Instructional Design and Performance Technology. Doctoral programs include Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership (PK-12), Doctor of Education in Leadership in Higher Education, and Doctor of Education in Instructional Design and Performance Technology.
The School of Education has a strong reputation for producing outstanding educators. Baker alumni are consistently nominated for the Kansas Teacher of the Year award, and many of the area’s most recognized leaders in education hold master’s and doctoral degrees from Baker University.
Baker’s graduate education programs offer one course at a time and meet one night per week or online. It is an ideal structure for teachers and administrators who spend their days in the field and then want to use their personal class time to solve real-world problems with like-minded peers.
Learn more about our master’s and doctoral programs at an information meeting.
Meetings are held at 7301 College Blvd., Ste. 120, in Overland Park or virtually through Zoom video-conferencing technology.
The application for admission can be completed online.
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