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2022-2023 Graduate Catalog 
    
2022-2023 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Curriculum and Instruction MSE (51-626) (30 hours)


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Student Learning Outcomes - The graduate with a Master of Science in Education degree will use the knowledge and skills obtained in the program to:

  • Demonstrate a commitment to students and their learning.
  • Understand the subjects he/she teaches and how to teach those subjects to students.
  • Be responsible for managing and monitoring student learning.
  • Think systematically about his/her practice and learn from experience.
  • Demonstrate his/her commitment as a member of learning communities.

The Department of Educational Foundations and Literacy  Master of Science in Education degrees are designed to address the five propositions of accomplished teaching as prescribed by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS). Three M.S.E. degree programs are available from the Department of Educational Foundations and Literacy .

To be accepted into a Master of Science in Education degree program in the Department of Educational Foundations and Literacy , a student must: (a) have a minimum undergraduate grade point average of 2.5; (b) submit proof of teacher certification or professional endorsement from any of the 50 states or territories and have graduated from an NCATE or regionally accredited university; (c) submit a copy of his/her last summative teaching evaluation (i.e., a PBTE or similar evaluation form), or a letter from a school superintendent, principal or professor attesting to teaching skills and/or graduate studies potential. International applicants should meet these requirements in comparable ways.

The following requirements apply to M.S.E. degree programs listed above- A student may apply a maximum of six hours of graduate study in EDFL Special Projects courses. (Students must consult and get consent from their graduate adviser for exceptions). A maximum of 12 graduate semester hours taken prior to the development of a program of study at Central and approved by the student’s graduate program adviser may be accepted on a program of study. EDFL 5900  or an adviser-approved alternative research course must be taken within the first 12 hours of a program.

K-12 Option (0011)


Middle Level Education Option (0012)


Secondary Education Option (0013)


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