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  Sep 26, 2017
 
 
    
2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Five-Year B.A./M.S. Program: Secondary Education and Special Education


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At the conclusion of this five-year program, graduates will receive a Bachelor of Arts in a major field (Art, English, Spanish, French, German, Mathematics, Music, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, History, Sociology, Political Science and International Studies, or Exercise Science and Physical Education) and a Master of Science in Special Education.  Graduates will be eligible for Maryland teacher certification in the secondary field or PK-12 field (Art, Music, or Physical Education only)  and in Special Education at the secondary level.

Requirements for this five-year program include the following:

  • Requirements for the undergraduate major/education minor in the secondary content area are (English  , Spanish  , French  , German  , Mathematics , Physics  , Biology  , Chemistry  , History  , Sociology  , Political Science and International Studies ) or requirements for the undergraduate majo/education minor in the PK-12 grade content area. (Art , Music ,  or Exercise Science and Physical Education )
  • Secondary Education certification requirements:
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    • RDG 532 (graduate course)
    • RDG 532P (graduate course)
    • RDG 534 (graduate course)
    • EDU 6xx (graduate methodology course)
    • EDU 6xxP (graduate methodology field practicum)
    • EDU xxx (graduate full-time internship)
  • Secondary Special Education certification requirements:
    • SED 501 (graduate course)
    • SED 503 (graduate course)
    • SED 504 (graduate course)
    • SED 511 (graduate course)
    • SED 520 (graduate course)
    • SED 552 (graduate course)
    • SED 553 (graduate course)
  •  Additional requirements for the Master’s degree:
    • EDU 550 (graduate course)
    • SED 550 (graduate course)

 

 

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