|Institution Name||:||Strayer University|
|Institution Type||:||Private for-Profit|
|Campus Setting||:||City: Large|
|Student-to-faculty ratio||:||30 to 1|
|Student population||:||5,480 (4,183 undergraduate)|
Nowhere is education more important to career success than in the field of education. At Strayer University, we make it easy for teachers and others to become students without interrupting their jobs or personal lives. Our Master of Education program will enable you to quickly and efficiently sharpen your skills and expand your knowledge. The Master of Education program is designed for individuals involved in education, training, development, human resources, career development, instructional technology, or trade and education association management. By combining the latest information technology tools, business skills and education theories, the program provides you with real-life techniques that you can apply immediately to classroom situations, education management and administrative challenges.
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Strayer University recognizes how important it is for adult students to balance the many responsibilities of their busy lives. We strive to make earning your degree as convenient as possible, while providing an affordable, quality education in a supportive environment. At Strayer University, we've been helping working adults continue their education to advance their careers since 1892. Our programs make it possible for you to manage all of the different facets of your life while you achieve your educational goals. Strayer University is a place where youâ€™ll feel comfortable because you will be with classmates who share your real-world perspective and enrich your studies with their professional and life experiences. The average age of a Strayer University student is 34, and virtually all of them are working full time while continuing their education. When you enroll at Strayer University, youâ€™ll join more than 60,000 students from across the United States and around the world who attend classes at one of 92 convenient campus locations or take classes online.
The Middle States Commission on Higher Education.