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2021-2022 Catalog
Curriculum and Instruction: Advanced Secondary Ed (Master of Education)

Program Description for Curriculum and Instruction

Major: Curriculum and Instruction Concentration: Advanced Secondary Ed Degree: Master of Education


  • Must meet all UNF requirements for admission to a graduate program.
  • Must hold a valid teaching license from any state or international equivalent.

Core Requirements (12 credits)

EDF6687 Foundations of Multic/Urb Ed (3 Credits)

EDG6067 Intro to Teacher Inquiry (3 Credits)

CHOOSE one of the following:

  • EDG6348 Coaching/Mentoring for Effective Teaching & Instruction (3 credits)
  • EDE6205 Effective Practices for Differentiating Instruction (3 credits)

CHOOSE one of the following:

  • EDE6225 Elementary School Curriculum & Instruction (3 credits)
  • EEC6205 Curriculum & Instruction in Early Childhood Ed (3 credits)
  • TSL6142 ESOL Curriculum Development (3 credits)
  • ESE6215 Secondary School Curriculum (3 credits)
  • EDG6070 Teacher Thinking & Decision Making in Secondary Settings (3 credits)

Concentration Requirements (15 credits)

EDF6442 Assessment in the Curriculum (3 Credits)

EDF6211 Advanced Ed'L Psychology (3 Credits)

EDG6407 Managing Eff Learn Env (3 Credits)

EDG6250 Instr Strategies in the Curric (3 Credits)

CHOOSE one of the following:

  • LAE6339 Special Methods in Teaching English (3 credits)
  • MAE6336 Special Methods in Teaching Mathematics (3 credits)
  • SCE6337 Special Methods in Teaching Science (3 credits)
  • SSE6385 Special Methods in Teaching Social Studies (3 credits)

Culminating Experience (3 credits)

EDG6911 Action Research in Education (1-6 Credits)

Electives (12 credits)

Electives must enhance pedagogical, curricular, or content knowledge, thus electives may be selected from graduate courses both/either inside and outside of the College of Education and Human Services. Students should consult with their faculty advisor to select courses that will benefit their personal educational goals.

CHOOSE 4 Electives

in Consultation with Faculty Advisor (Level 5000 or higher).