Curriculum and Instruction in Accomplished Teaching (MEd)
Program of Study
|Professional Education Core|
|EDAT 6159||Multicultural Studies across the Curriculum||3|
|EDAT 7100||Research Methodology in Education||3|
|EDAT 7133||Trends, Issues, Research in Education||3|
|Professional Education Core Total||9|
|Curriculum and Instruction Core|
|EDAT 6000||Professional Decision Making||3|
|EDAT 6001||Using Assessment to Improve Teaching and Learning||3|
|EDAT 6115||Knowledge of Students and Their Learning||3|
|EDAT 6226||Curriculum Design for Student Achievement||3|
|EDAT 7131||Enhancing Student Performance||3|
|EDAT 7132||Framework for Teaching||3|
|Curriculum and Instruction Core Total||18|
|Select 9 credits of Approved Electives||9|
|EDAT 6010||Capstone Portfolio||0|
|Culminating Project Total||0|
|Total Credit Hours||36|
Courses in the concentration are approved by the degree-offering institution and might include content courses (face-to-face or online) or other courses that might support a variety of fields of study (for example, instructional technology, special education, or reading). These courses may be used to further strengthen preparation in the teacher's area of certification.
Students may transfer in 9 hours (if approved).
- Minimum grade point average (GPA) of 2.75 on all undergraduate work at an accredited United States institution in fulfillment of the requirements for a baccalaureate degree.
- Applicants must hold one of the following:
- A current induction certificate that meets pathway 1,2, or 3 in any field in the State of Georgia
- A current professional teaching certificate in any field in the State of Georgia
Additional Program Requirements
- Students must earn a 3.0 GPA calculated on all graduate work attempted. "Academic Forgiveness" policy does not apply to graduate studies
- Students cannot graduate with a grade of "C" or below in more than two (2) graduate courses
- A minimum of 27 hours of the hours required for the degree must be earned in residence (75%). Asynchronous (online) and distance learning courses administered through Columbus State University constitute courses taken in residence
- A maximum of nine (9) semester hours of transfer credit or courses taken at CSU prior to full admission to a masters degree program may be applied toward the degree. Courses with earned grades of "C" or below cannot be transferred. The student’s advisor and the coordinator of the program in which the student is enrolled must approve any courses transferred
- All degree requirements must be completed within seven (7) years of first enrollment
Program Learning Outcomes
- Demonstrate advanced ability to design, implement, and evaluate curriculum that promotes student learning.
- Demonstrate advance ability to plan, implement, and evaluate instruction to facilitate student learning.
- Demonstrate advanced depth and breadth of knowledge and skills in the academic discipline and pedagogy.
- Demonstrate advanced knowledge of the student as influenced by cognitive, physical, emotional, social, cultural, environmental, and economic factors.
- Demonstrate the ability to use research to promote student learning and to contribute to the teaching profession.
- Demonstrate advanced knowledge of assessment and the ability to use multiple sources of assessment for maximizing student learning.
- Demonstrate high standards for professional practice.