M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction: Elementary Education Generalist (1-6) 33 credits
This program of study is approved by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education for Professional Teacher License in Elementary (1-6) in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
This approved Master's program is designed to address the needs of experienced educators who wish to enhance their knowledge and skills. Core courses focus on current issues in educational practice and policy; curriculum theory and development; practical and applied action research; and equity in education. Elective and specialization courses broaden the academic scope.
Program Prerequisite: Massachusetts Initial Teacher License in Elementary (1-6) or a signed non-licensure agreement
Program of Study
Courses may have prerequisites for registration; please check course descriptions before registering.
Curriculum and Instruction Courses (15 credits):
Content Area Courses (9 credits):
Three 3-credit graduate level content courses, approved by the advisor, may be chosen from the following disciplines: creative arts, general science, literacy, mathematics, special education, or technology. The three courses may be in a single discipline or from a combination of the above disciplines.
Specialization Courses (9 credits):
English Language Learners
|EECLD 6002||Essential Linguistics: What Every Teacher Needs to Know about Language||
|CMATH 6107||Constructing Mathematical Understanding: Number and Operations||
Select one 3-credit course, in consultation with advisor: