Master of Science in Education, Elementary Education, Middle School, 6-8, Initial Licensure
3101 Education Building
Judith Dunkerly-Bean, Graduate Program Director
This master’s program in elementary education with a concentration in middle school education (grades 6-8) is designed for prospective teachers wanting to obtain initial middle school teaching licensure and a master’s degree at the same time. Available to students who have a non-teaching BS or BA degree, the program requires students to complete two content areas from the following:
|Social Studies *||21|
|Education Courses taken at the graduate level||44|
Minimum hours to satisfy requirement.
Advisors in the Career and Advising Resource Center will evaluate an individual’s undergraduate transcript to determine which, if any, undergraduate academic content courses are needed to meet state requirements for licensure. No courses in the academic major or professional education classes in which the student has made below a C will be accepted toward licensure in the Darden College of Education and Professional Studies.