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Master of Science in Education w/Curriculum & Instruction Concentration

Master of Science in Education with Curriculum & Instruction Concentration

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GRADUATE PROGRAM CHECK SHEET

Program Requirements:

36 graded credit hours are required for the Master of Science in Education – Curriculum & Instruction Concentration.

A minimum grade of “C-” is required in all courses counting toward the degree and a cumulative GPA of at least a 2.00 is required to complete the degree.

Upon approval of the program coordinator a maximum of 15 credits may be transferred from another institution into the Master of Science program and counted toward either the concentration or electives.

Admission into the MS in Education program is required for this concentration.


TEACHER RESEARCH CORE REQUIRED COURSES: 15 credits
Course NumberCourse TitleCreditsPrerequisites
ED 520Research Methods in Education46 credits from concentration
ED 521Literature Review I3ED 520
ED 522Literature Review II3ED 520, 521
ED 523MS Research Project5ED 520, 521 & 522

CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION CONCENTRATION COURSES:

Choose at least one course from the following curriculum courses:

Course NumberCourse TitleCreditsPrerequisites
ED 587Curriculum Standards and Practices3
ED 588Assessment Issues and Practices3

Choose at least one course from the following educational psychology courses:

Course NumberCourse TitleCreditsPrerequisites
ED 585Development3
ED 586Learning Theory3

Take the required Educational Foundation course:

Course NumberCourse TitleCredits Prerequisites
ED 514Foundations Education3

Choose at least one course from the Dyslexia, ESOL, Literacy or Trauma Concentrations: [Additional courses taken from this list will populate in the electives category]

Course NumberCourse TitleCreditsPrerequisites
ED 560Foundations of Literacy Learning3
ED 561Emergent Literacy3
ED 562Literacy in the Elementary Grades3
ED 564Literature in the Literacy Program3
ED 581Adolescent Literacy3
ED 544Language & Cognition3
ED 545Foundations of Second Language Education3
ED 548Second Language Acquisition/ESOL Strategies3
ED 556Applied Linguistics3
ED 567Spelling Matters3
ED 568Literacy Leadership36 credits in ED 560/561/562/564/581
ED 571Building a Trauma-Invested School Community3
ED 572Trauma-Invested Classroom Learning Environment3
ED 573Assessment-Based Curriculum3
ED 574Technology in Trauma-Invested Communities3
ED 575Clinical Practice: Trauma in Educational Communities3
ED 582Literacy Assessment36 credits in ED 560/561/562/564/581
ED 590Foundations of Literacy Dev & Dyslexia3
ED 591Dyslexia, Language & the Brain3ED 590
ED 592Assessment for Intervention3ED 590 & 591
ED 593Methods for Dyslexia Intervention3ED 590 & 591
ED 594Field Placement for Dyslexia Assessment3ED 590 & 591

ELECTIVE COURSES: 6 credits

Elective credits can be any ED 500/600 level course, except initial teacher preparation courses (MAT). Some course examples are listed above in the MS Concentration list. See your advisor for additional course options.
 
 

Total credits required for major: 36

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Last update February 2020

Previous EPCC Checksheet (November 2019 update) this checksheet is for November 2019-spring 2020