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The Master of Science in Education in Teaching is designed to prepare school personnel for classroom teaching positions and/or certification in elementary grades (first grade through sixth grade). This program allows for an individually-prescribed program based on the background and specific needs of the classroom teacher. A structured program of 32 graduate hours is required. Specific course requirements are listed in the Graduate Academic Catalog.
The following advanced programs are designed to further prepare school personnel for classroom teaching positions and/or certification in different subject areas and varying grade levels - early childhood through post-secondary - with formats that allow for individually-prescribed programs based on the background and specific needs of the classroom teacher involved. More structured programs are also provided for the elementary self-contained classroom teacher and the secondary teacher who wishes additional subject area content.
School of Education
Northwest Missouri State University
800 University Drive
Maryville, MO 64468-6001
Core Requirements (may be taken any time)
|61-649 Issues in Education OR|
|61-695 Philosophy of Education||3|
|61-650 Improvement of Teaching||3|
|61-651 Practicum & Seminar in Teaching||3|
|61-682 Improvement of Instruction Through Action Research||2|
|61-683 Research Paper||1|
|62-603 Mathematics in the Elementary School||3|
|62-605 Science in the Elementary School||3|
|62-607 Language Arts in the Elementary School||3|
|62-610 Social Studies in the Elementary School||3|
|62-655 Reading in Elementary School||3|
|Elementary Methods Total||15|
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To fulfill all requirements for class enrollment, please register at least 3 weeks in advance. Order your books early from the Bearcat Bookstore.