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2008-2009 Graduate Catalog 
2008-2009 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Master Teacher, M.Ed.

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The master teacher is a program of advanced preparation for classroom teachers intending to become teacher scholars and to assume positions of leadership within their schools with respect to the development of curriculum, instructional strategies and related classroom concerns.

The program is intended to allow current teachers to focus on areas of emphasis in the P-12 classroom settings.

Prerequisite. A minimum of one year of contracted teaching experience in a P-12 classroom setting is required for admission to the master teacher program. One of the three required recommendation forms for admission to the master teacher program must come from the applicant’s current or most recent Principal or designee.

Program. The student will complete at least 45 credits as outlined in an approved course of study filed with the office of Graduate Studies, Research and Continuing Education. The development of a course of study most appropriate to the professional goals and purposes of each individual student must be completed and approved by a program advisor or committee chair upon the completion of 12 credits.

Required Courses

  • Educational Foundations and Research Courses Credits: (10)
    See Required Foundations and Research Courses under General Information.
    EDBL, EDCS, EDEL, or EDF 700, Thesis (or option) Credits: (6)
  • Area of emphasis and related study Credits: (29)

Program Total Credits: 45

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