The Master of Education (M.Ed.) program serves as an enrichment degree designed to promote the professional development of experienced teachers. It offers teachers wide flexibility to plan programs to meet professional goals, and to expand their expertise in their fields of interest. Credits earned in the M.Ed. program can be used by initially-licensed teachers to document their readiness for professional licensure. The M.Ed. does not lead to teacher licensing.
Professional Licensure: Concentrations
For students seeking a graduate program in which to earn 12 credits of graduate work in their field of licensure, the Elms College M.Ed. program can be used to apply independently to the state for professional licensure. This program can also be used as an enrichment degree for professionally-licensed educators in a variety of fields:
Applied Behavior Analysis, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Biology, Early Childhood, Elementary, English, ESL, General Science, History, Literacy, Math, Moderate Disabilities, Socioemotional Learning, Spanish
Click to view course requirements for the Master of Education (M.Ed.).
Click to collapse the course requirements for the Master of Education (M.Ed.).
|Course #||Formerly||Course Name||# of Credit Hours|
|EDU 5106||EDU 516||Introduction to Technology in Education||3|
|EDU 6100||EDU 610||Research and Professional Practice||3|
|Choose one: SOC 5800 Racial & Cultural Groups (formerly SOC 580) or EDU 6502 Issues in ESL (formerly EDU 652)||3|
|Choose any eight electives (24 credits)|