We currently offer 4 Master of Education programs:
Lauren Saul is the Education graduate staff liaison. If you would like to tour campus or have general admissions questions, you may reach Lauren at (336) 841-9145 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The program for the Master of Education in Elementary Education builds on the most current body of knowledge of best practice and practical expertise (theory and practice) relevant to teaching grades K-6. The program is designed for candidates who have a baccalaureate teaching license or who will receive a teaching license before the end of the first term of graduate enrollment. The program requires comprehensive examinations and 36 hours (i.e., professional core, literacy or content-based instructional courses, and a capstone thesis, product of learning, or practicum experience).
Candidates may select from three concentrations of specialized study which include:
Applicants must have a four-year bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college and an acceptable GPA (3.0 or higher on a 4-point scale). For applicants with teaching licenses in other areas, successful completion of the Praxis II exam in Elementary Education must be submitted to the School of Education by completion of the first 6 hours of graduate course work. An admission decision takes into consideration the applicant’s GPA, completed course work, professional work experience, personal and professional goals for the degree, as well as the information provided by references.
Exceptions to any admission requirement may be considered under special circumstances.
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