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Master Educator Course

Master Educator Course

The Master Educator Course is a 16-credit hour program designed for Army ROTC faculty seeking professional development.

The MEC curriculum addresses:

  • Pedagogy
  • Instructional technologies
  • Organizational analyses

The program is divided into four WKU courses delivered in residence and two practicum courses. During practicum courses, Cadre faculty are coached and mentored as they implement the skills learned in person into their work at their home institution.

Students enrolled in MEC will complete undergraduate coursework in Leadership, College Teaching and Learning, Instructional Strategies, and their associated practicum.

This course, combined with an assessment of credits earned based on each student’s JST99, is designed to lead to an Undergraduate Certificate in Leadership Studies. Additionally, students who successfully complete the MEC program's credit courses with a minimum gpa of 2.0: LEAD 300, LEAD 400, ID 460, ID 465, and ID 470 will earn an Undergraduate Certificate in Interactive Training and Leadership from WKU.

While in residence, students will have ample opportunity to consult with WKU advisors on additional degree pathways that incorporate the MEC and/or transfer credits that help meet each students career goals.



Information about accreditation can be found through the Office of the Provost.

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 Last Modified 3/8/22