In addition to The Graduate School’s application requirements, applicants must submit a letter of intent. Students in the M.Ed. program will follow the program of study outlined below and are required to complete a minimum of 36 hours.
Other diversity-based courses approved by advisor that focus on underserved student populations
The comprehensive assessment requires the student to organize and synthesize the skills, competencies, and knowledge gained in his/her coursework in the Language & Literacy Program.
No more than 6 hours of workshops, institutes, or field courses may be used in the degree program.
In addition to The Graduate School’s application requirements, applicants must submit a letter of intent. Students in the M.Ed. program will follow the program of study outlined below and are required to complete a minimum of 30 hours.
3 hours in research as approved by advisor.
The addition of the two required courses; EDRD 700, a multimodal writing course, and EDRD 796, teaching reading & writing to English language learners, are in line with the recommendations from our governing body, the International Literacy Association. Additionally all teachers need to know how to teach writing and work with English Learners. Language & Literacy integrates diversity, equity, and social justice in all of our coursework making the electives/cognate unnecessary.
returned at proposer's request
There seems to be a discrepancy in the total number of hours from the orginal degree program and the proposed change. Please contact the Curriculum Committee Chair.
In order for you to make the changes after speaking with Nate, I have to return the proposal to you. Then after making the changes, you will need to resubmit the proposal in APPS.
The proposer asked that the proposal be returned. The program faculty want to make some additional changes before this moves foward.
Minor revision. NO BOT, CHE, or SACSCOC notificiation required.