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MED: Curriculum and Instruction Online

The Master of Education program seeks to prepare licensed teachers to take on leadership roles in PreK-12 schools. Candidates will select from programs of study that will prepare them to become pedagogical experts and leaders in their positions as teachers. Currently practicing teachers can choose elective hours to customize their programs to meet their professional goals, which may include becoming a curriculum developer, curriculum supervisor, instructional coach or mentor to other teachers. For example one emphasis area is Teaching English as a Second Language/International Emphasis.

Curriculum and Instruction 36 hours

I. Required Core, 15 hours

EDUC 538, Foundations of Leadership, 3 hours
EDUC 561, Effective Home, School, Community Relations, 3 hours
EDUC 572, Evaluation for Continuous Improvement, 3 hours
     -or-  EDUC 531, Evaluation of Learning, 3 hours
EDUC 630, Educational Research, 3 hours
TESL 565, Language and Culture, 3 hours
     -or- EDUC 524, Techniques for Inclusion, 3 hours

 

II. Electives, 15 hours

Candidates are encouraged to select an area of focus in the 15 hours of electives.

III. Thesis Option, 6 hours

EDUC 631, Research in the Content Field, 3 hours
EDUC 660, Thesis, 3 hours

-or-

    Non-Thesis Option, 6 hours

EDUC 600, Integrating Research and Learning, 3 hours
EDUC Electives, 3 hours

*Practicum

Graduate and Adult Studies
1646 Russell Avenue
Jefferson City, TN 37760
1.800.678.9061
865.471.3223
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