M.Ed. in School Teaching - Elementary and Secondary
The program for school teaching is designed for experienced teachers who wish to extend their understanding of key concepts in teaching and learning. The program emphasizes skills and strategies that will increase the candidate's effectiveness as a teacher with skills for meeting the needs of diverse learners
Applicants for the M.Ed. in School Guidance and Counseling may be admitted with or without a teaching certificate. Candidates who do not hold teaching certificates must complete a sequence of courses in which tye demonstrate knowledge and skills to plan, implement, and evaluate classroom guidance lessons. Applicants for the Guidance and Counseling program who have not completed undergraduate degrees in psychology, education,or social work must have a minimum grade point average of 2.75 based on 15 semester hours of course work in these areas.
Graduate Certificate in Instructional Technology
This certificate is comprised of 15 hours that can be taken over the summer or possibly in evening or Saturday classes. The emphasis of the classes will be on using instructional technology in a constructive and creative manner in the classroom. This certicate is approved by the Department of Higher Education. The 15 hours will count towards a master's degree in education. The brochure that describes the certificate is linked.