Masters in Mind, Brain, and Education Degrees

Teachers interested in teaching for the Mind, Brain, and Education should consider a Masters in Education degree, and possibly a Doctor of Education degree. There are not very many universities that specifically offer a Masters in Mind, Brain, and Education (there are only 2 in our database). Thus, some teachers that pursue the Mind, Brain, and Education path of teaching earn a Masters in Education in Educational Theory, a Masters in Science Education, or even a Masters in Psychology.
Consider a featured Online Master's Degree:

Mind, brain and education educators are concerned with neuroscience, cognition, and educational methods. This specialty focus on those areas where biology, cognitive development and teaching all overlap. It is a growing specialty in the field of education and public policy as more and more research is conducting regarding how we learn and what pedagogies are most effective.