Melissa Cowan Finishes Master’s in Nine Months

January 1, 2023

The master’s program in literacy at the American College of Education is designed to span a period of 16 to 18 months. However, Melissa Cowan took advantage of the program’s flexibility and accelerated options. By doubling up on classes and embracing a heavier course load, she was able to progress through the curriculum swiftly and all while balancing a full-time teaching job, purchasing a new house, and engaging in home projects.

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