Master of Arts in Education Degree in Teacher Education - English for Speakers of Other Languages P-12

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Master of Arts in Education Degree

The Master of Arts in Education degree is awarded in the following major fields: school counseling, instructional leadership, early childhood education PK-3, elementary education K-6, P-12 education, secondary education, and special education: collaborative teacher K-6 and/or 6-12. Programs range from 33-51 semester hours. See program requirements below.

Prerequisite: valid Class B professional educator certificate in the field of study.

Required Courses for Secondary Education (6-12) (ALSDE/NCATE Approved) Secondary Education
ED 000Graduate Capstone0
ED 601Methods of Educational Research3
ED 603Trends, Issues, and Diversity in Learning3
ED 605Curriculum Development3
ED 634Advanced Methods of Teaching in Grades 6-123
ED 655Evaluation in Modern Education3
EEX 605Survey of Students with Disabilities 10-3
Select one from the following:3
Human Growth and Development
Digital Literacy Instructional Context
History and Philosophy of Education
Ethics and Education
Special Topics in Education
Required courses for English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) (P-12) (ALSDE/NCATE Approved)
ED 515Methodology and Assessment of Teaching English as a Second Language3
ED 608Advanced Topics in ESOL3
ED 610Multicultural Issues of Teaching ESOL3
ED 621Internship in ESOL (P-12)3
EN 641English Linguistics3
Total Hours33-36

Teaching field requirements listed according to each major below.  See academic advisor for specific requirements.

ESOL candidates must have a passing score on the appropriate Praxis II exams.  See Certification Officer for exam requirements.