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1 May 2014 Course Sequences The tables below provide the anticipated sequencing of courses. Please note: changes in faculty availability and student enrollment may result in courses being cancelled or offered in an alternative semester. Sequences are provided for: M.Ed. Curriculum & Instruction Initial Certification M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction Elementary page 2 M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction Elementary & Teacher of Mod. Dis. page 3 M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction Secondary Science page 4 M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction Secondary English page 5 M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction Secondary Mathematics page 6 M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction Secondary History page 7 M.Ed. and Ed.S. Curriculum & Instruction Non-Licensure M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction Advanced (K-12 Instructional Focus) page 8 M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction Advanced Autism Studies Option page 9 M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction Advanced Science Education Option page 10 M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction Advanced Special Education Option page 11 M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction Advanced Mathematics Education Concentration page 12 Ed.S.* Curriculum and Instruction online page 13 Sequences for M.Ed. Education Administration: Higher Education Option Fall Cohort Entry page 14 Summer Cohort Entry page 15 Spring Cohort Entry page 16 Sequences for M.Ed. & Ed.S. Reading and Language M.Ed. Reading and Language online with Licensure (MA educators only) page 19 Ed.S.* Reading and Language online with Licensure (MA educators only) page 20 M.Ed. Reading and Language online non-licensure page 21 Graduate Certificate Teaching Children with Moderate Disabilities page 22 Sequences for M.Ed. and Ed.S.* Administration Candidates must be admitted into the program in order to take courses Summer Cohort Entry, Routes A and B page 23 Fall Cohort Entry, Routes A and B page 24 Spring Cohort, Routes A and B page 25 *The Education Specialist (Ed.S.) degree is a renaming of the CAGS the program has not changed. Please note: Candidates who do not take a course any semester must register for continuing matriculation CM.601 in order to maintain their graduate status. 1 P a g e

2 M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction Initial Certification: Elementary On campus (Day program) Summer I Fall I Spring Fall II Mathematics Methods Understanding Child Development in a Diverse Society Methods of Teaching Students with Moderate Dis. In the Classroom Practicum I (6 credits) 12 weeks Teaching English Language Learners Classroom Management and Integrative Techniques Social Studies Methods Reading and Reading Disabilities Science Methods Language Arts and Children s Literature 2 P a g e

3 M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction Initial Certification: Elementary & Teacher of Moderate Disabilities On campus (Day program) Summer I Fall I Spring II Summer II Fall II Winter Understanding Child Dev. in a Diverse Society Mathematics Methods Methods of Teaching Students with Moderate Dis. In the Classroom Classroom Management & Integrative Techniques Practicum I (6 credits) 12 weeks Practicum II (3 credits) 6 weeks Teaching English Language Learners Social Studies Methods Reading and Reading Disabilities Science Methods Language Arts and Children s Literature Educational Assessment of Students with Moderate Disabilities 3 P a g e

4 M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction Initial Certification: Middle/Secondary On Campus (Courses at 4:00 p.m. except for the pre-practicum and practicum) SCIENCE Teaching Diverse Methods of Teaching Students Teaching Diverse Populations with Moderate Disabilities Populations Adolescent Development & Student Learning Science for Science Teachers Curriculum and Teaching: Science Interactions and Assessment in Science Teaching English Language Learners Practicum Adolescent Development & Student Learning Teaching English Language Learners Methods of Teaching Students with Moderate Disabilities Practicum Additional Coursework for Special Education Add On License SUMMER I FALL SUMMER II Classroom Management and Integrative Techniques Methods of Teaching Students with Moderate Disabilities Educational Assessment of Students with Moderate Disabilities **Additional Spring or fall practicum also required for Special Education add on license 4 P a g e

5 M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction Initial Certification: Middle/Secondary On Campus (Courses at 4:00 p.m. except for the pre-practicum and practicum) ENGLISH Teaching Diverse Methods of Teaching Teaching Diverse Populations Populations Students with Moderate Disabilities Adolescent Development & Student Learning Reading, Theory, and Instruction in Young Adult Lit Curriculum and Teaching: English Adolescent Development & Student Learning Teaching of Writing Teaching English Language Learners Teaching English Language Learners Practicum Methods of Teaching Students with Moderate Disabilities Practicum Additional Coursework for Special Education Add On License SUMMER I FALL SUMMER II Classroom Management and Integrative Methods of Teaching Students with Moderate Disabilities Educational Assessment of Students with Techniques Moderate Disabilities **Additional Spring or fall practicum also required for Special Education add on license 5 P a g e

6 M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction Initial Certification: Middle/Secondary On Campus (Courses at 4:00 p.m. except for the pre-practicum and practicum) MATHEMATICS Teaching Diverse Populations Adolescent Development & Student Learning Methods of Teaching Students with Moderate Disabilities Curriculum and Teaching: Math Teaching Diverse Populations Adolescent Development & Student Learning Math for Teachers II Math for Teachers I Teaching English Language Learners Teaching English Language Learners Practicum Methods of Teaching Students with Moderate Disabilities Practicum Additional Coursework for Special Education Add On License SUMMER I FALL SUMMER II Classroom Management and Integrative Techniques Methods of Teaching Students with Moderate Disabilities Educational Assessment of Students with Moderate Disabilities **Additional Spring or fall practicum also required for Special Education add on license 6 P a g e

7 M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction Initial Certification: Middle/Secondary On Campus (Courses at 4:00 p.m. except for the pre-practicum and practicum) HISTORY Teaching Diverse Populations Methods of Teaching Students with Moderate Disabilities Teaching Diverse Populations Adolescent Development & Student Learning Curriculum and Teaching: History Adolescent Development & Student Learning History for Teachers Teaching World History Teaching English Language Learners Teaching English Language Learners Practicum Methods of Teaching Students with Moderate Disabilities Practicum Additional Coursework for Special Education Add On License SUMMER I FALL SUMMER II Classroom Management and Integrative Methods of Teaching Students with Moderate Disabilities Educational Assessment of Students with Techniques Moderate Disabilities **Additional Spring or fall practicum also required for Special Education add on license 7 P a g e

8 M.ED. CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION: Advanced Program (K-12 Instructional Focus) Dynamics of Curricular Change Language Acquisition (elective) History and Theory of Curriculum The Skillful Teacher Models of Teaching Web Based Technologies in the Learning Environment: Teaching and Learning The Skillful Teacher Practitioner Action Research Action Research Capstone Advanced Programs (M.Ed.) History and Theory of Curriculum The Skillful Teacher Assessment of Learning Action Research Capstone Advanced Programs (M.Ed.) 8 P a g e

9 M.ED. CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION: Advanced Program (Autism Studies Option) TRIMESTER / Dynamics of Curricular Change History and Theory of Curriculum Introduction to Behavioral Intervention in Autism (Department of Psychology Course) Teaching and Positive Behavioral Support in Autism (Department of Psychology Course) Measurement and Experimental Design (Department of Psychology Course) Functional Analysis and Treatment of Challenging Behaviors (Department of Psychology Course) Behavioral Intervention Program Models in Autism (Department of Psychology Course) Action Research Capstone Advanced Programs (M.Ed.) Introduction to Behavioral Intervention in Autism (Department of Psychology Course) Teaching and Positive Behavioral Support in Autism (Department of Psychology Course) Measurement and Experimental Design (Department of Psychology Course) Functional Analysis and Treatment of Challenging Behaviors (Department of Psychology Course) Behavioral Intervention Program Models in Autism (Department of Psychology Course) History and Theory of Curriculum Action Research Capstone Advanced Programs (M.Ed.) Introduction to Behavioral Intervention in Autism (Department of Psychology Course) Teaching and Positive Behavioral Support in Autism (Department of Psychology Course) Measurement and Experimental Design (Department of Psychology Course) Functional Analysis and Treatment of Challenging Behaviors (Department of Psychology Course) Behavioral Intervention Program Models in Autism (Department of Psychology Course) 9 P a g e

10 M.ED. CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION: Advanced Program (Science Education Option) TRIMESTER / Dynamics of Curricular Change History and Theory of Curriculum Exploring the Nature of Science Cell Biology for Teachers (Department of Science Course) Energy Force and Motion (Department of Science Course) Action Research Capstone Advanced Programs (M.Ed.) Promoting Healthy Lifestyles Oceanography for Teachers (Department of Science Course) History and Theory of Curriculum Action Research Capstone Advanced Programs (M.Ed.) Evolution in Context (Department of Science Course) Meteorology for Teachers (Department of Science Course) 10 P a g e

11 M.ED. CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION: Advanced Program (Special Education Option) Dynamics of Curricular Change Language Acquisition History and Theory of Curriculum Educational Assessment of Students with Moderate Disabilities Classroom Management & Integrative Techniques Issues, Mandates and Ethics in Special Education Issues, Mandates and Ethics in Special Education Action Research Capstone Advanced Programs (M.Ed.) (not for add-on license) OR* * Internship in Moderate Disabilities PreK- 12 (required for add-on license) History and Theory of Curriculum Methods of Teaching Students with Moderate Disabilities Issues, Mandates and Ethics in Special Education Action Research Capstone Advanced Programs (M.Ed.) (not for add-on license) OR* * Internship in Moderate Disabilities PreK- 12 (required for add-on license) 11 P a g e

12 M.ED. CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION: Advanced Program (Mathematics Education CONCENTRATION) Dynamics of Curricular Change History and Theory of Curriculum 92.xxx (Department of Mathematics Courses refer to Program of Study Sheet) 92.xxx (Department of Mathematics Courses refer to Program of Study Sheet) Action Research Capstone Advanced Programs (M.Ed.) History and Theory of Curriculum 92.xxx (Department of Mathematics Courses refer to Program of Study Sheet) Action Research Capstone Advanced Programs (M.Ed.) MATH EDUCATION CONCENTRATION Mathematics courses are offered on campus to complete this concentration. Please refer to the program sheet. 12 P a g e

13 Ed.S. CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION ONLINE COURSES (previous nomenclature: CAGS) Dynamics of Curricular Change History and Theory of Curriculum Issues, Mandates and Ethics in Special Ed Practitioner Action Research Theories of Learning Ed.S. Seminar Issues, Mandates and Ethics in Special Ed History and Theory of Curriculum Ed.S. Seminar 13 P a g e

14 FALL ADMIT (5 2 courses per semester) Introduction to Higher Education Administration Student Development Theory Fall II Practicum I: Higher Education Program Elective II M.Ed. - Education Administration: Higher Education Option - Blended Program Fall I Spring I Summer I Leadership Law and Policy in Program Elective I Higher Education Diversity in Higher Education Spring II Practicum II: Higher Education Managing Change and Conflict FALL ADMIT (11 1 course per semester - with one summer open) Fall I Spring I Summer I Introduction to Higher Education Diversity in Higher Education Program Elective I Administration Fall II Spring II Summer II Student Development Theory Leadership Law and Policy in Higher Education Fall III Spring III Summer III **** open **** Program Elective I Managing Change and Conflict Fall IV Spring IV Practicum I: Higher Education Practicum II: Higher Education 14 P a g e

15 M.Ed. - Education Administration: Higher Education Option - Blended Program (continued) SUMMER/TRIMESTER ADMIT (6 PRIMARILY 2 courses per semester) Program Elective I SUMMER I FALL I SPRING I Introduction to Higher Education Administration Higher Education Leadership Law and Policy in Student Development Theory Diversity in Higher Education SUMMER II FALL II SPRING II Practicum I: Higher Education Practicum II: Higher Education Program Elective II Managing Change and Conflict SUMMER/TRIMESTER ADMIT (9 PRIMARILY 1 course per semester) (one semester with two courses) Program Elective I Program Elective II SUMMER I FALL I SPRING I Introduction to Higher Education Administration Diversity in Higher Education SUMMER II FALL II SPRING II Student Development Theory Leadership Law and Policy in Higher Education Managing Change and Conflict SUMMER II FALL III SPRING III Practicum I: Higher Education Practicum II: Higher Education 15 P a g e

16 M.Ed. - Education Administration: Higher Education Option - Blended Program (continued) SPRING ADMIT (6 2 courses per semester with one summer open) Spring I Summer I Fall I Diversity in Higher Education Student Development Theory Leadership Law and Policy in Higher Education Program Elective I Introduction to Higher Education Administration Spring II Summer II Fall II Practicum I: Higher Education *** open *** Practicum II: Higher Education Managing Change and Conflict SPRING ADMIT (10 1 course per semester) Diversity in Higher Education Program Elective II Spring I Summer I Fall I Program Elective I Leadership Law and Policy in Higher Education Introduction to Higher Education Administration Spring II Summer II Fall II Student Development Theory Spring III Summer III Fall III Managing Change and Conflict Program Elective II Practicum I: Higher Education Spring IV Practicum II: Higher Education 16 P a g e

17 M.Ed. Reading and Language Licensure Option (Massachusetts Candidates) Online Language Acquisition Reading in Content area Assessment of Reading and Language Reading in content area Young Adult Literature Disabilities Theory and Research in Reading and Language Young adult literature * Reading Specialist: Practicum I *Practicum I and II require some campus meetings Treatment of Reading and Language Disabilities Practitioner Action Research * Literacy Coach: Practicum II 17 P a g e

18 Ed.S. Reading and Language Licensure Option (Massachusetts Candidates) Online Please note: The Ed.S. (Education Specialist) degree replaces the previous nomenclature CAGS the program structure has not changed Language Acquisition Reading in Content area Assessment of Reading and Language Reading in content area Young Adult Literature Disabilities Theory and Research in Reading and Language Young adult literature Ed.S. Seminar Treatment of Reading and Language Disabilities * Reading Specialist: Practicum I *Practicum I and II require some campus meetings Practitioner Action Research * Literacy Coach: Practicum II 18 P a g e

19 M.Ed. Reading and Language Non-Licensure Concentration Online Language Acquisition Reading in Content area Assessment of Reading and Reading in content area Young Adult Literature Language Disabilities Theory and Research in Reading and Language Young adult literature Skillful teacher (Elective) Skillful teacher (Elective) Issues Mandates and Ethics in Special Education (Elective) Treatment of Reading and Language Disabilities Practitioner Action Research Capstone online (M.Ed. only) 19 P a g e

20 Graduate Certificate Teaching Children with Moderate Disabilities ON CAMPUS 12 credits Educational Assessment of Students with Disabilities Internship Methods of Teaching Students with Moderate Disabilities Classroom Management and Integrative Techniques Internship 20 P a g e

21 M.Ed. and Ed.S. Administration Degrees Summer Cohort Admission Route A (6 Semesters) SUMMER I FALL I SPRING I Principalship K Role of the Curriculum and Instructional Leader Leading the Professional Learning Community Principles of Supervision The Inclusive School SUMMER II FALL II SPRING II Principal Practicum I (MA only) Principal Practicum II (MA only) School Policy and Law Managing Resources and Finances Ed.S. Seminar and Ed.S. Elective M.Ed. Capstone (non-licensure) or M.Ed. Elective M.Ed. Capstone (non-licensure only) or Ed.S. Elective (non-licensure only)-can also be in Fall II Summer Cohort Admission Route B (9 Semesters) SUMMER I FALL I SPRING I Principalship K Role of the Curriculum and Instructional Leader Leading the Professional Learning Community SUMMER II FALL II SPRING II Principles of Supervision The Inclusive School SUMMER II FALL III SPRING III Managing Resources and Finances Principal Practicum I (MA only) Principal Practicum II (MA only) School Policy and Law Ed.S. Seminar or M.Ed. Elective M.Ed. Capstone (non-licensure only) or Ed.S. Elective (non-licensure only) 21 P a g e

22 Fall Cohort Admission Route A (6-8 Semesters) Fall I Spring I Summer I Principalship K Leading the Professional Learning Community Principles of Supervision The Inclusive School Ed.S. Elective (non-licensure only) Fall II Spring II Summer II Role of the Curriculum and Instructional Leader School Policy and Law Managing Resources and Finances M.Ed. Capstone (non-licensure only or can be taken in Spring II or Fall III) Fall III Principal Practicum I (MA only) Principalship K-12 Ed.S. Seminar or M.Ed. Elective Spring III Principal Practicum II (MA only) Fall Cohort Admission Route B (9-11 Semesters) Fall I Spring I Summer I The Inclusive School M.Ed. Elective Ed.S. Elective (non-licensure only) Fall II Spring II Summer II Leading the Professional Principles of Supervision Learning Community Fall III Spring III Summer III Role of the Curriculum and Instructional Leader School Policy and Law Managing Resources and Finances Ed.S. Seminar Fall IV Spring IV Principal Practicum I (MA only) M.Ed. Capstone (non-licensure only) Principal Practicum II (MA only) 22 P a g e

23 Spring Cohort Admission Route A (6-7 Semesters) Spring I Summer I Fall I The Inclusive School M.Ed. Elective Principles of Supervision Leading the Professional Learning Community Principalship K Role of the Curriculum and Instructional Leader Spring II Summer II Fall II School Policy and Law Principal Practicum I (MA only) Ed.S. Elective (non-licensure only) Managing Resources and Finances Spring III Principal Practicum II (MA only) The Inclusive School Spring Cohort Admission Route B (10 Semesters) Ed.S. Seminar or M.Ed. Capstone (non-licensure oly) Spring I Summer I Fall I Principalship K Role of the Curriculum and Instructional Leader Spring II Summer II Fall II Leading the Professional Learning Principles of Supervision Community Spring III Summer III Fall III School Policy and Law Managing Resources and Finances Spring IV Principal Practicum II (MA only) M.Ed. Capstone (non-licensure only) Ed.S. Elective (non-licensure only) Principal Practicum I (MA only) Ed.S. Seminar M.Ed. Elective 23 P a g e

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