Master of Science in English Education Preparation (Grades 7-12)
The Master of Science degree in English Education Preparation (Grades 7-12) offers teacher candidates a 40-credit hour, full-time program that prepares students to become English educators proficient in critical reflection and explanations of practice, content knowledge, inclusive and culturally responsive pedagogy, assessment of student learning and professional conduct, and collaboration. Special emphasis is placed on working with struggling students, serving diverse student populations, using technology to promote active learning, and teachers as researchers of professional practice and builders of practical theory. A total of five field placements allow each candidate to learn from a variety of urban and suburban school settings and take part in shared professional development opportunities with a cohort of students in English education and in other secondary programs.
Why study with us?
Students who complete the English Education master’s program and pass three required state examinations are eligible for New York State certification to teach English language arts in grades 7-12.
Students report choosing our program for numerous reasons, including:
A shared focus on providing powerful access to literacy in all forms for all learners
Nationally visible faculty members who conduct cutting-edge research in collaboration with local schools and community groups
A strong and cohesive curriculum that integrates theory, research, and practice
Well-sequenced field placements with highly skilled mentor teachers and supervisors
Small class sizes that provide a high degree of personal support for students
A cohort model that promotes close peer relationships
Opportunities within the Reading and Language Arts Center to pursue coursework or an additional degree in Literacy or Teaching English Language Learners
For more details about the program or to set up an interview in person or by telephone (we strongly recommend this), contact program coordinator Marcelle Haddix at (315) 443-4755 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about the application process, contact Laurie Deyo, School of Education graduate admissions coordinator at email@example.com (315) 443-2505 .
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