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B.A. to M.Ed. Program in Educational Leadership
The B.A. to M.Ed. Program in Educational Leadership focuses on preparing graduates for extraordinary leadership roles as well as positions centered on educational policy, practices, and educational research in the field of teacher education, teacher leadership, and educational reform efforts directed toward P-12 schools, the community, and higher education.  As a practitioner’s degree, the B.A. to M.Ed. program takes into consideration the student expectations for future employment in various leadership roles and prepares them to be successful in developing appropriate career pathways.

To be eligible, students must be enrolled in their final year of undergraduate study and have demonstrated academic success in the first three years of coursework.  Students accepted to the B.A. to M.Ed. Program in Educational Leadership will be permitted to enroll in nine credit hours of advanced coursework that may be applied toward the degree requirements of the M.Ed. in Educational Leadership.  Upon completion of all graduate coursework and when students submit the application for graduation, the specified credits completed during the senior undergraduate year will be transferred onto students’ graduate academic record.

5th Year Educational Leadership Program of Study

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B.A. to M.Ed. Program in Elementary Education
The B.A. to M.Ed. program is designed for those students in the undergraduate Elementary Education program who have proven academic success in the first three years of study.  During the senior year while completing their undergraduate studies, the student will be enrolled in nine hours of graduate course work.  The graduate program will be completed in one summer session and a fifth year following graduation from the undergraduate program.

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Literacy Concentration Program Goals and Objectives

Literacy Concentration Program of Study



STEM Concentration Program Goals and Objectives

STEM Concentration Program of Study (Fall 2017 Seniors)

STEM Concentration Program of Study (Fall 2018 Seniors)

STEM Concentration Program of Study (Fall 2019 Seniors)


B.A. to M.Ed. Program in Special Education
The B.A. to M.Ed. program in Special Education with a Concentration in Intellectual Disabilities is designed for outstanding High Point University undergraduate students majoring in Special Education-Adapted Curriculum. To be eligible, students must be enrolled in their final year of undergraduate study and have demonstrated academic success in the first three years of coursework. Students accepted into the B.A. to M.Ed. in Special Education with a Concentration in Intellectual Disabilities will be permitted to enroll in nine hours of advanced coursework that may be applied toward completion of the M.Ed. degree in Special Education with a Concentration in Intellectual Disabilities.

Students will apply for admission into the M.Ed. program in Special Education with a Concentration in Intellectual Disabilities immediately upon graduation and continue in the program during the summer and into  the following academic year. Upon completion of all graduate coursework and when students submit the application for graduation, the specified credits completed during the senior undergraduate year will be transferred onto students’ graduate academic record.

Special Education Program Goals and Objectives

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