College of Education


Elementary Education (M.Ed.)

Degree Requirements

  • Completion of required prerequisite courses
  • Completion of ELED 775/SCED 781 Integrated Professional Practice Seminar, with a grade of A or B (the course may be repeated only once) or completion of ELED 897 Thesis
  • Completion of 33 units of required courses and electives as specified below

NOTE: Graduate students enrolled in the Master of Education in Elementary Education program may transfer a maximum of 9 credits of graduate-level course work required for their degree program. Additional credit may be accepted in special circumstances, with approval of the program director.

Program of Study A: Master of Education with Seminar (33 units)

Required Courses (18 units)

 

EDUC 605Research and Information Technology (3)
EDUC 660Teaching in a Multicultural Society (3)
EDUC 761Research in Education (3)
ELED 647Advanced Processes of Teaching and Learning (3)
ELED 665Curriculum Theory and Development (3)
ELED 775 Integrated Professional Practice Seminar (3)
(By permission only. Students must meet with adviser one term prior to enrolling in this course.)

 

Electives (15 units)
Electives may be selected from one, two or more areas of focus, based on the graduate studentís professional goals. Areas of focus include curriculum and instruction, leadership, technology, diversity and learning, assessment and evaluation, and content areas. Students may select electives from other departments in consultation with their adviser. A maximum of 6 units may be taken at the 500 level.

Program of Study B: Master of Education with Thesis (33 units)

Required Courses (21 units)

 

EDUC 605 Research and Information Technology (3)
EDUC 660Teaching in a Multicultural Society (3)
EDUC 761Research in Education (3)
ELED 647Advanced Processes of Teaching and Learning (3)
ELED 665Curriculum Theory and Development (3)
ELED 897Masterís Thesis in Elementary Education (6)
(Students must meet with adviser one term prior to enrolling in this course.)

 

Electives (12 units)

Electives may be selected from one, two or more areas of focus, based on the graduate studentís professional goals. Areas of focus include curriculum and instruction, leadership, technology, diversity and learning, assessment and evaluation, and content areas. Students may select electives from other departments in consultation with their adviser. A maximum of 6 units may be taken at the 500 level.

 

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