Secondary Education

Secondary Education

Hope Smith Davis, Ed.D. | Department Chair
Education and Arts 2200 | (574) 520-4132 |

The Masters of Science in Education Unified Elementary and Secondary K-12 Program is a contemporary program with a strong focus on literacy and English language learners. This advanced degree is a cohort-based, 30 credit hour, hybrid program. In each of two summers, graduate students will meet on campus to explore topics in education in a seminar of readings and discussions on based on “Best Practices” in the classroom. During the fall and spring semesters, students will take online or hybrid courses. The program is for individuals who are currently teaching and want to advance their professional knowledge and skills to meet the needs of today’s classrooms

Candidates at both the undergraduate and graduate level may seek licensure in the following content areas:

Undergraduate Degree Offered

Minor Offered

Graduate Degrees and Programs Offered

Academic Bulletins

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2016-2017 Campus Bulletin
2015-2016 Campus Bulletin
2014-2015 Campus Bulletin

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