Oklahoma universities are training a lot of teachers, too.
More than one-quarter of all master’s degrees granted in 2008-2009 were in education, the most recent data available show.
The No. 2 most-common master’s degree awarded that year was in business and management, data from the state Regents for Higher Education show.
Most Masters of Education are being trained at smaller state schools. The University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond awarded the most in 2008-2009, followed by East Central University in Ada.
Our series continues tomorrow with a look at doctoral degrees.
Top 10 Master’s Degrees Granted by State Universities
|RANK||FIELD OF STUDY||TOTAL||%|
|2.||Business and Management||985||20.3|
|5.||Public Administration and Services||308||6.4|
|8.||Liberal Studies and Humanities||102||2.1|
|9.||English Language and Literature||90||1.9|