Graduate Programs Courses

 


For additional information regarding available course sections, CRN numbers, times, open seats and professors, please refer to the appropriate semester in the Courses Offered (Seats Taken) catalog. Term(s) Offered are subject to change based upon student enrollment. Syllabi available are for the current semester (Spring 2018).

Professional Education Core

COURSE DESCRIPTION CREDIT HOURS TERM(S) OFFERED

INSTRUCTOR & SYLLABUS 

EDUC 510 Models of Curriculum & Instruction 3 Fall, Spring, Summer Dr. Mullins
EDUC 520 Educational Research 3 Fall, Spring, Summer Dr. Hawks
EDUC 530 Integrating Technology in the Teaching & Learning Process 3 Fall, Spring, Summer Dr. Mullins
EDUC 540 Assessment & Evaluation 3 Fall, Spring, Summer Dr. Reynolds

Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)

COURSE DESCRIPTION CREDIT HOURS TERM(S) OFFERED INSTRUCTOR &  SYLLABUS
EDUC 505 Advanced Teaching & Learning 3 as needed Dr. Campbell
EDUC 516 Integrated Methods in Secondary Education 3 as needed Dr. Williams
EDUC 517 Integrated Methods in Elementary Education 3 as needed  
EDUC 555 Classroom Management 3 as needed  
EDUC 556 Supervised/Directed Student Teaching 3 Fall, Spring Multiple
RDNG 520 Reading & Writing in Content Areas 3 as needed Dr. Hawks
SPED 503 Legal & Historical Foundations of Special Education 3 Fall, Spring, Summer Dr. Burton
SPED 509 Advanced Strategies for the Inclusive Environment 3 Fall Dr. Burton

M. Ed. Educational Leadership & Supervision (EDEL)

COURSE DESCRIPTION CREDIT HOURS TERM(S) OFFERED INSTRUCTOR &  SYLLABUS
EDEL 500 Public School Administration 3 Fall, Spring Dr. Bean
EDEL 550 Action Research/Internship I 3 Fall, Spring Dr. Bean
EDEL 560 Action Research/Internship II 3 Fall, Spring Dr. Bean
EDEL 570 Organization and Management for Public Schools 3 Spring Dr. Bean
EDEL 580 Public School Law 3 Spring Dr. Bean
EDEL 590 School and Community Relations 3 Fall  
EDUC 525 Educational Trends & Issues 3 as needed Dr. Reynolds
EDUC 535 Theories of Educational Leadership 3 as needed  

M. Ed. Reading Specialist (RDNG)

COURSE DESCRIPTION CREDIT HOURS TERM(S) OFFERED INSTRUCTOR &  SYLLABUS
RDNG 510 Foundational, Historical & Contemporary Roles of the Reading Specialist 3 Fall  
RDNG 520 Reading & Writing in Content Areas 3 as needed Dr. Hawks
RDNG 525 Literacy Research & Instruction for Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Students 3 Spring Dr. Williams
RDNG 530 Reading Assessment 3 Fall  
RDNG 550 Reading & Language Arts Instruction in the 21st Century 3 Spring Dr. Hawks
RDNG 560 Action Research in Reading Education 3 Spring Dr. Williams
RDNG 570 Reading Practicum 3 Summer  

M. Ed. Special Education (SPED)

COURSE DESCRIPTION CREDIT HOURS TERM(S) OFFERED INSTRUCTOR &  SYLLABUS (If Available)
SPED 503 Legal & Historical Foundations of Special Education 3 as needed  
SPED 505 Assessment of Individuals with Disabilities 3 as needed  
SPED 510 Teaching Reading to Students with Mild/Moderate Disabilities 3 Spring Dr. Burton
SPED 512 Reading Strategies for the Inclusive Content Classroom 3 as needed  
SPED 515 Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) 3 as needed  
SPED 516 Methods for Teaching Students with Autism 3 as needed Dr. Tucker
SPED 517 ASD: Inclusion Strategies for General Education 3 as needed  
SPED 518 Positive Behavior Support (PBS) 3 as needed  
SPED 525 Strategies for the Inclusive Mathematics Classroom 3 as needed  
SPED 555 Advanced Methods/Strategies for Special Education 3 as needed Dr. Burton
SPED 560 Action Research in Special Education  3 Fall, Spring Dr. Tucker