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Would you like to gain specialized knowledge and skills that can help you take your career further? Earning your Education Specialist degree online can prepare you to increase your influence as an educator and make a greater impact in your organization. Choose from several programs of study that will lead to an Ed.S. degree in your area of interest.
Ed.S. in Administrator Leadership for Teaching and Learning
Ed.S. in Adult Education
Ed.S. in Assessment, Evaluation, and Accountability
Ed.S. in College Teaching and Learning
Ed.S. in Curriculum, Instruction and Professional Development
Ed.S. in Early Childhood
Ed.S. in Educational Leadership and Administration (Principal Preparation)
Ed.S. in Educational Technology
Ed.S. in Reading and Literacy Leadership (Non-Licensure)
Ed.S. in Special Education (Non-Licensure)
Ed.S. in Teacher Leadership
Since some course credits are applicable to our doctoral programs, our Ed.S. degree programs can also lay the groundwork for a future doctorate as you gain skills immediately applicable to your career.
Find information about our programs and licensure requirements specific to your state.
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Named for the former Secretary of the U.S. Department of Education, The Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership helps foster effective educators.
Meet some of the more than 100 State Teacher of the Year award recipients who chose to earn their degree at Walden.
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