|EDUU 600||Research and Evaluation Methods||
|EDUU 605||Democracy, Education and Social Change||
|EDUU 606||Seminar in Learning Theory||
|EDUU 607||Seminar in Comparative Education||
|EDUU 608||Seminar in the Social Foundations of Education||
|EDUU 609||Seminar in Curriculum Studies||
|Core Courses Subtotal||
MA in Education, Teaching and Learning
This degree program is designed to help students develop the skills and understanding necessary to become a mentor, curriculum leader or college instructor in teacher preparation programs.
Teaching and Learning Degree Overview
The Master of Arts in Education with an emphasis in Teaching and Learning offers educators of all levels a global perspective on education, as well as the ability to meaningfully apply learning theories to curriculum design, scholastic issues and multiple educational settings. Those students with a California multiple- or single-subject professional clear credential can transfer 12 credits toward the degree.
- Evaluate, use and generate research to move the field of education forward.
- Apply pedagogical concepts in educational settings to meet the diverse needs of students.
- Utilize theories of learning and brain research to enhance teaching and student learning.
- Evaluate curriculum design and curricular decisions as they relate to meeting the diverse needs of students.
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Master of Arts in Education MAE Program Curriculum
Emphasis Block Transfer
University of Massachusetts Global awards a block of 12 semester credits for successful completion of a Multiple or Single Subjects SB 2042 BTSA Induction Clear Credential Program. Please see an advisor for more details.
Applicants for this program must complete the formal application process with all required documents, which include:
- Completed application
- GPA: Meet 1 of these 4 GPA options for admission
- Two letters of recommendation from individuals familiar with the candidate in an academic setting
- Official transcripts from all regionally accredited institutions where baccalaureate and/or post-baccalaureate coursework was completed or attempted
- Have at least one year of induction completed or hold a valid California Multiple or Single Subject SB 2042 Professional “Clear” Teaching Credential earned through a CTC approved 2042 Induction Program
This program is only available to California residents.
For information about exam/test score requirements, please reference the University of Massachusetts Global Catalog
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