Advanced Studies in Teaching and Learning M.Ed.
- Completion of all Feinstein School of Education and Human Development admission requirements.
- Three years of teaching experience (middle or high school) in one of the following areas: biology, chemistry, English, French, general science, history, mathematics, physics, social studies, Spanish, or other middle or high school teaching area.
- An official report of scores on the Praxis II content test in the certification area may be required.
- An interview.
|INST 516||Integrating Technology into Instruction|
|SED 561||Socio-cultural Theory, Education Policy, and Pedagogy|
|SED 562||Inquiry into Classroom Practice|
|SED 563||Educational Measurement and Assessment|
|SED 564||Learning Theory and Student Engagement|
|SED 565||Disciplinary Literacy and Curriculum Research|
Note: Students who have not taken Special Education 433 or its equivalent are required to take Special Education 531.
Academic Disciplines Component
TWELVE CREDIT HOURS OF COURSES at the graduate level in the 12 academic fields in which certification is held or other approved plan of study. Students should contact the department that provides course work in the area of certification.
Total Credit Hours: 30