Master of Education

Teaching Communication

Classes Start March 11, 2019
Classes Start Six Times Per Year For Ultimate Flexibility

Goals and Course Topics

Earn Your Ohio College Credit Plus Accreditation

The Tiffin University Master of Education (MEd) degree program with a Teaching concentration helps students take the next step forward in their teaching careers. It offers certificates in English, Communication and Art — three disciplines commonly taught in Ohio College Credit Plus (CCP) programs.

Your Teaching Communication Concentration

Tiffin University’s teaching concentrations help high school teachers with an MEd degree earn the credits required to teach Communication at the college level. Each certificate program has a 12 credit-hour core of classes and 18 credit hours of the discipline curriculum. This program does not lead to licensure.

  • Teaching Communication: Leads students through the history and practice of media, communication and related technology from ancient times to the digital age. Introduces political, legal and social ramifications of 21st– century media practices.

Practical Education

There is a national shortage of CCP teachers. In 2015, the State of Ohio implemented the CCP program and mandated that all public higher education organizations provide college-level classes to high school students. Graduates of this program are credentialed to teach english, communication or art at the high school and undergraduate college level.


Online: Two 7-week terms per semester starting in January, March, May, July, August and October

Who Is This Program For?

If you want to teach College Credit Plus courses at your high school or community college, and need to be credentialed, Tiffin University’s Master of Education (MEd) with a concentration in Teaching Communication is for you. This advanced program is your opportunity to expand your love of learning and teaching to a whole new group of students.

Average degree completion for a full-time student
30 credits
Average degree completion for a part-time student
30 credits

At a Glance

  • Regional accreditations
  • No application fees
  • Flexible start dates
  • Accepts transfer credits

Sample Course

Issues in Cyberspace (COM630)

This course explores some of the social, cultural, legal and political issues associated with the evolution of the online world or Cyberspace. From its origins as a government-sponsored communications network, the Internet has evolved to become the center of information society. This course examines the boundaries of online behavior and freedom of expression when it comes to issues such as privacy, piracy, copyright, anonymity, libel, cyberbullying, indecency, and social networking just to mention a few. Topics are covered through a series of readings, reflections, exploration of web sites, online exchanges and writing assignments that look at how the issues evolved and the different ways of addressing them.

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