The Education Policy and Evaluation online master’s program from Florida State University offers a chance for individuals to receive high quality education on their own time. Designed to be completed in as little as two years on a part-time schedule, the online education policy and evaluation master’s program will prepare students for impactful careers in local, state, and national educational institutions and agencies. Additionally, students can earn the Program Evaluation certificate at the same time.*

The online master’s in education policy and evaluation uses a cohort model to help students get to know their peers and encourage one another as they work through the curriculum. During the program, students will learn about current issues affecting education, including school finance, urban education reform, teacher quality, charter schools, and more. Students learn from faculty members well-regarded in the field of education policy and evaluation.

Education policy has wide-ranging ramifications to society, as policy dictates access to quality education, how teachers are trained, and more. The FSU education policy and evaluation online master’s program gives students the knowledge they need to contribute and lead these critical conversations.

Interested in a face-to-face master’s in education policy and evaluation? Learn more about our in-person program.

*In order to qualify for program evaluation certificate, students will need to hold a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited U.S. institution or a comparable degree from an international institution. Students will also need to complete the Certificate Admissions Form prior to the completion of two classes in the program. Learn more about the program evaluation certificate and its admission requirements.