Master of Education in the Field of Elementary Education
The master of education in the field of elementary education degree program is designed for those with an undergraduate degree in the arts and sciences. The program includes course work for students who wish to become eligible for licensure/certification for teaching at the elementary school level (grades 1–6). Additional course work in content areas may be needed to meet specific jurisdictional requirements for licensure/certification.
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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 33 credits in required courses.
|CPED 6604||Perspectives in American Education|
|CPED 6606||Theories of Learning and Development|
|CPED 6608||Development and Diversity|
|SPED 6290||Affective Development and Behavior Management in Special Education|
|CPED 6410||Reading Children’s Literature across the Curriculum|
|CPED 6412||Elementary School Curriculum and Methods (Math)|
|CPED 6412||Elementary School Curriculum and Methods (Science)|
|CPED 6412||Elementary School Curriculum and Methods (Language Arts)|
|CPED 6412||Elementary School Curriculum and Methods (Social Studies)|
|CPED 6623||Foundations of Reading Development|
|EDUC 6114||Introduction to Quantitative Research|
|CPED 6635||Professional Internship in Elementary Education (taken for 6 credits)|