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Admission requirements: ◆

Completed application with $50.00 application fee

Download an application online at methodist.edu/med

Personal statement of interest in the profession and educational goals for the degree

Three letters of recommendation

Evidence of earned bachelor’s degree in Education with official transcripts from all colleges or universities attended

Currently teaching. This may be waived upon permission of the Director of Master of Education Program

Recognized teaching license (candidate must have met requirements for initial license or higher before being recommended for graduate licensure)

Recommended combined GRE score of qualitative and quantitative of 1000 or MAT score at the 50th percentile. Tests must have been taken within the past 5 years

Interview with program coordinator if required by program director

Students may be provisionally accepted prior to the completion of the first nine semester hours

CONTACT INFORMATION DR. SUE GODWIN Director Master of Education Program Associate Professor of Education 910.630.7060 sgodwin@methodist.edu Methodist University 5400 Ramsey Street Fayetteville, North Carolina 28311-1498 methodist.edu/med  facebook.com/MethodistUniversity

Methodist University does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, gender, national or ethnic origin, religion, sexual orientation or disability for otherwise qualified persons in the administration of its admissions, educational policies, scholarships, loan programs, athletics, employment, or any other university-sponsored or advertised program.


NEW: MASTER OF EDUCATION

MASTER OF EDUCATION WITH SPECIAL EDUCATION (GENERAL CURRICULUM)

MASTER OF EDUCATION WITH   LITERACY (READING)

Cohort II will begin June 10, 2013. Students in the Master of Education Program will choose a concentration in either literacy or special education. The program is designed to be completed in two years, taking classes over four regular semesters and during two summers. During the fall and spring, the program will blend online and on-campus classes, while summer classes will be face-to-face instruction.

SUMMER I term 2 EDU 6000 Leadership in 21st Century core, 3 semester hours

SUMMER I term 2 EDU 6000 Leadership in 21st Century core, 3 semester hours

term 3 EDU 6100 Instructional Technology core, 3 semester hours

term 3 EDU 6100 Instructional Technology core, 3 semester hours

The 36-semester-hour program will include 18 core courses and 18 courses specific to the concentration. Upon graduation, students will have additional licensure for teaching in their concentration. Their concentration will lead to NC professional licensure in reading or special education–general curriculum. Applications for the program are currently being accepted.

FALL I (Hybrid) EDU 6200 Educational Research core, 3 semester hours EDU 6300 Trends and Issues in Education core, 3 semester hours

FALL I (Hybrid) EDU 6200 Educational Research core, 3 semester hours EDU 6300 Trends and Issues core, 3 semester hours

SPRING I (Hybrid) EDU 6600 Literacy Methods in Special Ed. concentration, 3 semester hours

SPRING I (Hybrid) EDU 6700 Foundations of Reading concentration, 3 semester hours EDU 6710 Foundations of Writing concentration, 3 semester hours

For more information on enrolling in the Master of Education Program, contact Dr. Sue Godwin, Associate Professor of Education, at 910.630.7060, or send an e–mail to sgodwin@methodist.edu. The Master of Education Program will include 18 hours of core courses and 18 hours of concentration courses. Candidates may select from two concentration areas and complete 18 hours in the area of specialization: special education (general curriculum) or literacy.

Course Offerings

SUMMER II term 2 EDU 6610 Diagnosis and Assessment of Reading/Math Difficulties concentration, 3 semester hours EDU 6620 Special Education: Legal, Ethical, and Historical Perspectives concentration, 3 semester hours

term 3 EDU 6250 Use of Educational Assessment and Evaluation core, 3 semester hours EDU 6630 Curriculum Assessment and Planning for Students With Intellectual Disabilities concentration, 3 semester hours

FALL II (Hybrid) EDU 6640 Teaching & Learning Strategies for Exceptional Children concentration, 3 semester hours EDU 6350 Multicultural Education core, 3 semester hours SPRING II (Hybrid) EDU 6980 Capstone Course concentration, 3 semester hours 18 semester hours of core courses 18 semester hours of literacy concentration Total of 36 Hours

Course Offerings

SUMMER II term 2 EDU 6720 Diagnosis and Assessment of Reading Difficulties concentration, 3 semester hours

term 3 EDU 6730 Literacy Across the Curriculum concentration, 3 semester hours EDU 6250 Use of Educational Assessment and Evaluation core, 3 semester hours

FALL II (Hybrid) EDU 6740 Literacy and Literature concentration, 3 semester hours EDU 6350 Multicultural Education core, 3 semester hours SPRING II (Hybrid) EDU 6980 Capstone Course concentration, 3 semester hours 18 semester hours of core courses 18 semester hours of literacy concentration Total of 36 Hours

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