Master of Science in Education Program Overview

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Master of Science in Education Course Summary


Summer Term
Fall Term
Winter Term
Spring Term
Methods I (3 CR)
All: SED 550 (Math & Sci)
August 7-11
P-T Student Teaching Internship/  Seminar I
(3 CR)
All: SED 510
P-T Student Teaching Internship/ Seminar II
(3 CR)
All: SED 510
Professional Internship:
Full-Time Student Teaching
 (9 CR)
All: SED 510
Instructional  Rounds (2 CR)
All: SED 509 Section 1
Aug 21th – Sept 14th
Analysis of Classrooms I
(3 CR)
All: SED 511
Funds of Knowledge (3 CR)
All: ED 521
Professional Development & Practicum (3 CR)
All: SED 506
September Experience (3 CR)
All: SED 509 Section 2
Aug 21th – Sept 14th
Classroom Management
(3 CR)
All: ED 520
Pedagogy & Technology II
(4 CR)
Math: SED 576
Science: SED 577
Foundations of ESOL/Bilingual Education*
ED 572 (3 CR)
June 26th – July 21st     
*[If ED 472/572 not already taken]
Pedagogy & Technology I (4 CR)
Math: SED 574
Science: SED 573
If Needed:
  • Adolescent Psychology
  • Technology Foundations (SED 512)
  • Inquiry in Math & Science (SED 516)
Graduate subject matter course
Graduate subject matter course (if needed)*
Graduate subject matter course (if needed)*
55 total credits including graduate subject courses
  • These courses must be taken as prerequisites either before starting the program or during the first part of summer session.  Students are encouraged to complete some of the graduate subject matter courses prior to the program. 
  • Students who do not complete the 3 subject matter courses by the end of winter term will not be eligible for their M.S. spring term.  All science students must take at least one History or Philosophy of Science course (HSTS or PHL) which can count towards this requirement.                                    

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For more information, contact Nick Cabot, 541-737-8564.