Master of Arts in Elementary Education
The Master’s program in Elementary Education has a unique curriculum emphasis which will be discussed in more detail with your advisor. Students have options to take courses in Teacher Leadership, literacy, social studies, math, science, or English Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL). It is also possible to include a Reading Education or ESOL endorsement in the student’s planned program of study.
All students take the courses listed below plus 21-27 hours of elective courses (minimum of 33 hours total).
- EDF 6215: Learning Principles Applied to Instruction
- RED 6656: Trends in Literacy in a Diverse Society
- EDF 6481: Foundations of Educational Research
- EDE 6486: Teacher Research for Student Learning
- 21-27 hours of electives to be determined through consultation with the advisor
For further information, we invite you to contact Julie Schenk, Graduate Academic Program Specialist.