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Master's Programs

The Department of Teacher Education offers two types of master's degrees: initial master's with licensure and advanced master's.

Initial Master's with Licensure

Initial master's programs with licensure are designed for candidates seeking a teaching licensure through a graduate degree program. Currently, the Department of Teacher Education offers the following programs at the initial master's level.

Middle Childhood Master's with Licensure April 30, 2019 APPLICATION DEADLINE
Faculty Advisor:  Frans Doppen

ME6870 Mathematics and Social Studies
ME6871 Science and Social Studies
ME6872 Mathematics and Science
ME6873 Language Arts and Social Studies
ME6874 Language Arts and Science
ME6875 Language Arts and Mathematics

Adolescent to Young Adult Master's with Licensure April 30, 2019 APPLICATION DEADLINE
Faculty Advisor:  Danielle Dani

Adolescent-to-Young-Adult Education
ME6866 Integrated Language Arts
ME6867 Integrated Mathematics
ME6868 Integrated Social Studies
ME6869 Integrated Science
ME6859 Physical Science
ME 6861 Life Science
ME6862 Earth/Space Science

Multi-Age Education
ME6182 Family and Consumer Sciences
ME6182 Art Education

Intervention Specialist Master's: Mild-Moderate, Moderate-Intensive, Early Childhood Intervention Specialist
Faculty Advisor:  Jennifer Ottley

ME6236 Intervention Specialist Mild-Moderate
ME6236 Intervention Specialist Moderate-Intensive
ME 6220 Early Childhood Intervention Specialist

Blended Master's Licensure Programs

Belnded Early Childhood and Early Intervention Specialist
Faculty Advisor:  Jen Newton
This program is available for teachers who already have licensure in one of the following areas: early childhood education, elementary education, special education, or a related field approved by the cohort facilitator.
This program leads to dual licensure in Early Childhood Education and Early Childhood Intervention Specialist (ECIS) ages 3-8/prekindergarten-grade 3.

Master's withOUT Licensure
Teaching and Learning 

Faculty Advisor:  Frans Doppen

ME6325 Teaching and Learning


Advanced master's programs are designed for licensed teachers who are interested in developing further as professionals. Currently, the Department of Teacher Education offers two programs at the Advanced Master's Level.

Reading Education
Faculty Advisor:  Sara Helfrich

Curriculum & Instruction
Faculty Advisor:  Brett Noel



Application Information

For Graduate Student Admission Guidelines to programs in the Department of Teacher Education, click HERE.

To apply to Graduate College, click HERE.

For more information on applying for a Graduate Assistantship, click HERE.

For more information, please contact Frans Doppen.