Education (Early Childhood Education Plus Licensure) - Master of Arts (Online)
Concentration: Early Childhood Education (plus licensure)
The College of Education's School of Teacher Preparation, Administration and Leadership at New Mexico State University offers a 42 credit Master of Arts in Education Plus Licensure in Early Childhood Education for individuals who have completed a bachelor's degree. The program is designed to meet the professional education course requirements for teacher licensure as a part of a Master of Arts in Education degree program. A full-time student in this program typically completes in 2 years.
Eligible Participants must:
- Completed a bachelor's degree in a closely related field with a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher.
- Prerequisites may be required depending on BA degree coursework.
- Be admitted to the NMSU Graduate School
- Be admitted to the College of Education's School of Teacher Preparation, Administration and Leadership
|EDUC 5120||Multicultural Education 1||3|
|EDUC 5140||Research in Curriculum and Pedagogy 1||3|
|ECED Licensure Course Work|
|ECED 5510||Advanced Teaching and Learning of Literacy||3|
|ECED 5420||Science/Math Curriculum||3|
|ECED 5310||Issues in Early Childhood Education||3|
|ECED 5110||Working with Young Children with Special Needs, Ages 3-8||3|
|ECED 5410||Seminar on Child Development, Assessment and Well-being of Young Children||3|
|ECED 5520||Literacy Development in Early Childhood||3|
|BLED 5120||The Bilingual Preschool Child||3|
|ECED 5220||Play in the Early Childhood Curriculum||3|
|ECED 4810||Student Teaching/Seminar Early Childhood||3|
|SPED 4810||Early Childhood SPED Student Teaching||9|
Prerequisites to TEP Methods Courses; TEP portfolio can be submitted during the semester in which you are finishing the Core courses.