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Mr. Greg Dziuban
Graduate Admissions Coordinator
University Hall 271
About the Degree
Master of Education (M. Ed.) in Early Childhood Education
The Master of Education degree is designed for individuals who hold or are eligible for a clear, renewable teaching certificate in an approved field (such as Early Childhood Education) and wish to pursue advanced study in that field. The Master of Education in Early Childhood Education is designed to prepare a master teacher who can address the academic, social and emotional development of students in pre-school through grade five.
|ECEG7070||Teaching for Cross Cultural Communication||3|
|ECEG7090||Early Childhood Curriculum and Methods||3|
|ECEG7110||Advanced Child Growth and Development||3|
|RDEN7070||Understanding Readers and the Reading Process (RE I)||3|
|RDEN7071||Linking Literacy Assessment to Instruction (RE II)||3|
|RDEN7072||Instructional Strategies in the Cntent Areas (RE III)||3|
|Courses must be approved by Academic Advisor.|
The program of study consists of 10 required courses totaling 30 semester hours. There is no internship for this program.
Note: Reading Endorsement (RDEN) courses must be taken in sequence. Successful completion of these courses will allow the Reading Endorsement (RDEN) to be added to one’s renewable certificate.
Most courses are offered face-to-face at night and some courses are available online. Not all courses are offered every semester. (Please check the Class Schedule Listing on the Armstrong Web site to see course information for the upcoming semester.)