Earn a MEd degree that will help you achieve your unique academic and professional goals by encouraging cross-disciplinary study and offering flexible course delivery models.
The Master of Education in Interdisciplinary Studies offers a flexible curriculum for those who wish to reach beyond traditional academic boundaries to pursue cross-disciplinary study related to the field of education.
This program is ideally suited for educators who want to explore specific or alternative topics in education, or for professionals hoping to develop educational skills for use in professional practice.Examples of specializations include:
This two-year, 36-credit program is offered in a low-residency format, in which students start each year with an 8-day residency on Lesley’s campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts. During the residency you’ll take classes, meet with faculty members, conduct research, and network with peers. Between residencies you’ll continue your studies in your home community and communicate regularly with faculty and peers via email, phone, and online tools.
Nancy Waring, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies
Sharlene Voogd Cochrane (Professor Emeritus)
Professor Emeritus of Interdisciplinary Studies
MA in Interdisciplinary Studies
M.Ed. in Interdisciplinary Studies
MA in Mindfulness Studies
MA in Interdisciplinary Studies: Peace and Conflict Transformation
Interdisciplinary Studies: Lesley in Guyana
Advanced Professional Certificate in Mindfulness Studies
Advanced Professional Certificate in Peace and Conflict Studies
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