Following full admission to the education program, undergraduate students may apply to participate in an Undergraduate-Graduate Accelerated track. Students meeting the requirements may request to enroll in coursework at the graduate level that will directly apply to their undergraduate degree and teaching license. Following graduation, students can request admission to the Master of Applied Leadership in Teaching and Learning graduate program and apply up to 9 previously earned graduate credits to this program of study. Once accepted to the graduate program, students adhere to all graduate student expectations and pay full graduate tuition rates.
Requirements for participation include:
- Full admission to the Professional Program in Education
- Junior standing at the completion of semester 1 in the Professional Program in Education
- Cumulative GPA of 3.25
- Education Faculty recommendation
A committee consisting of graduate faculty will review student applications for acceptance before enrollment at the graduate level may occur.
Applications must be submitted by October 1 or March 1 for participation in the following semester.
|Environmental Education in K-12 Schools|
|Cultural Images in Materials for Children and Adolescents|
|Concepts, Issues, and Field Experience in Education|
|Instructional Technologies: Evaluation, Production and Application|
|Introduction to Educational Inquiry|
|Conceptual Foundations of Elementary Mathematics I|
|Conceptual Foundations of Elementary Mathematics II|
|Teaching Social Studies in Elementary and Middle Schools|
|Teaching Reading in the Elementary and Middle Schools|
|Teaching Language Arts in the Elementary and Middle Schools|
|Teaching Mathematics in the Elementary and Middle Schools|
|Teaching Science in the Elementary and Middle Schools|
|Music, Movement and Core Arts Pedagogy|
|Supporting Learning and Behavior in the Classroom|
|Introduction to the Art and Science of Teaching|
|Literacy and Language Development in Young Children 1|
Students must be granted permission through the department to enroll in graduate level coursework. For more information, contact the Education office or refer to the graduate catalog.