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Masters in Education – Secondary Education

Over $10,000 Available

Master of Education
Elementary or Secondary Emphasis

The Masters of Education of education programs are aimed specifically for individuals from the field of education. They can be teachers, school professionals and even educators. They help teachers in gaining more skills which would be beneficial to them in the long run. They also help teachers switch to leadership roles in schools by providing them with the right pedagogical and research skills.

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Courses

Core Classes

EDU610Research Methods and Procedures (3 credits)
EDU612Curriculum Planning and Organization (3 credits)
EDU617
- or -
EDU622
Teaching Reading in the Secondary School
- or -
Teaching Reading Skills and Comprehension (3 credits)
EDU621Assessing Student Learning (3 credits)
EDU623Technology in Education (3 credits)
EDU625Instructional Leadership Skills in the Classroom (3 credits)
EDU628Advanced Instructional Strategies (3 credits)
EDU630Diagnostic and Remedial Strategies in the Content Areas (3 credits)

Elementary or Secondary Elective Courses

EDU624Issues and Innovations in Education (3 credits)
EDU631Individual Instruction for Children with Learning Problems (3 credits)
EDU636Supervision of Instruction: Collaborating for Accountability (3 credits)

Degree Outcomes

PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE:

The Master of Education program seeks to provide opportunities for the teacher candidates to acquire skills to:

  • Evaluate instructional strategies and build a variety of teaching modules that will improve learning within the classroom and school.
  • Use professional materials, organizations, and current research to expand knowledge about innovations and trends in education to improve instruction in the elementary and secondary school.
  • Design and implement research studies that observe, record, and evaluate children’s behavior in order to plan appropriate instructional programs and improve learning environments.
  • Acquire greater knowledge as to appropriate research methodology and analysis of current trends in education and the implication for today’s schools.

The target of this program:

This degree is usually used by professionals who have already obtained their teaching licenses and would like to add further certifications or by those who are interested in working in the educational field but outside the four walls of a traditional classroom setting. This program makes teachers better equipped to focus on the core foundations of teaching and learning.

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  • TEACH Grant Eligible
    (Up to $8,000)
  • Course Length
    8 weeks
  • Total Program Credits
    33 credits
  • Transfer Credits
    Up to 6 quarter credits
  • Flexible Course Schedule
  • NCATE

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