M.S. Elementary EducationPage address: http://ed.mnsu.edu/ele/programs/masters/
The Master of Science in Elementary Education emphasizes curriculum planning and improvement of teaching skills. The program is available to Elementary teachers who wish to broaden their base of knowledge, enhance their classroom performance and better serve the needs of their students. Students choose to specialize in a particular track. The thesis, alternate plan, or creative project may be followed.
Elementary Education M.S.
EEC 616 (3) Integrating 21st Century Skills in the Diverse Classroom
EEC 635 Analysis of Research in Education
|EEC 610 (3) Scholarly Writing|
|Select one option in consultation with you advisor.
EEC 694 (1-2) Alternate Plan Paper
EEC 695 (1-2) Creative Project
EEC 699 (1-4) Thesis
|Chose one track to complete the program.|
|STEM Track (9)||*Math Track (9)||Generalist Track (9)|
EEC 536 (3) Engineering for Elementary Teachers
EEC 650 (3) Integrating Digital Technology into the Literacy Curriculum
|*EEC 605 (3) Advanced Practices in Elementary Mathematics
*EEC 644 (3) Assessment & Instructional Strategies in Elementary Mathematics
*EEC 646 (3) Differentiation in Elementary Math
*These 3 courses are part of the Elementary Math Pedagogy Certificate
|9 credits in consultation with an advisor
|Unrestricted Elective Credits||12|
|A total of 12 credits are required. At least 3 credits must be in EEC.
The other 9 credits in consultation with your advisor.
|Total for Degree||31|
For further information please contact
Elementary and Literacy Education Department
Dr. Beth Beschorner