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The M.S. Ed. in English is for students seeking Teaching Certification along with a graduate degree. A member of the graduate faculty in Education will serve as the major advisor for M.S. Ed. students, and the English graduate advisor will serve as the subject area advisor.
Students seeking the M.S. Ed. will complete the Department of Language, Literature, and Writing portfolio and oral defense as well as the required final assessment for the Department of Language, Literature, and Writing. These will be evaluated separately.
|M.S.Ed degree; 32 hours|
|Ed 61-695||Philosophy of Education||3|
|Ed 61-649||OR Issues in Education|
|Ed 61-682||Methods of Educational Research||2|
|Ed 61-683||Research Paper||1|
|Ed 61-650||Improvement of Teaching||3|
|Ed 61-651||Seminar and Practicum in Teaching||3|
|Eng 10-501||Writing, Language, & Pedagogy||3|
|Eng 10-610||Intro to Practical & Theoretical Criticism||3|
|Eng 10-698||Problems in Teaching Literature & Composition||3|
|Eng 10-580||OR Methods in Secondary School English|
|Advised Eng Electives||5-6|
|Total Hours Required||32-33|
If you would like further information, feel free to call Dr. Jenny Rytting at 660.562.1741 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.