Capella University is dedicated to making sure the next generation of teachers has all the right tools to lead higher education students. All of our higher education degree programs are aligned with professional standards and are continuously updated to meet the demands of the current education climate. By deepening your expertise and empowering you to cultivate an environment that helps your students achieve excellence, a higher education degree from Capella prepares you to join the many graduates who have gone on to become highly effective educators and leaders.
Capella University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. The Higher Learning Commission is among the 6 regional accrediting bodies recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. Regional bodies accredit colleges and universities; national bodies accredit trade and vocational schools.
Dr. Hua Senteny's responsiveness to my questions and concerns was unsurpassed by any other faculty member with whom I've worked. In addition, she seemed to really care about her students.Melody JenningsMS in Higher Education
To be eligible for the $3,000 Master's in Education Scholarship you must enroll in a qualifying master's program by December 7, 2015, pass your first course, and meet all other eligibility requirements.
You can earn credits through our Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) process by demonstrating mastery of competencies, and may be eligible to earn credit for previous coursework, experience and learning.
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At Capella, you will enjoy the flexibility of earning your degree on a schedule that fits your life. In our online course rooms, students and faculty participate in discussions at different times throughout the week. You will not attend class at a specific date and time, but you can expect to complete weekly assignments, reading, and participation requirements.