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M.Ed. in Early Education (PK4)

M.Ed. in Early Education (PK4)

Chestnut Hill College’s master’s program in Early Education integrates theory and practice concerning the cognitive, social and educational development of young children grades PK-4. The program reflects contemporary research and scholarship in early education and incorporates strategies to meet the needs of special populations, such as students with disabilities and diverse cultures. The course of study also takes into consideration the strengths, needs and interests of individual candidates.

Complete All:

  • EDUC 520 Educational Research and Evaluation
  • EDUC 620 Child and Adolescent Development and Theory- Birth through Adulthood
  • EDUC 621 Foundations of Education PK-12
  • EDP4 525 Emerging Literacy and Language Arts
  • EDP4 527 EC Math and Science Methods
  • EDP4 528 EC Integrated Methods: Social Studies, Humanities, and the Arts
  • EDP4 529 School, Family and Community Collaboration
  • EDSP 522 Balanced Literacy Across the PK-12 Continuum
  • EDSP 530 Theory and Pedagogy in Special Education
  • EDSP 535 Evaluation/Assessment and the Law for Students with Disabilities
  • EDSP 532 The English Language Learner
  • EDP4 533 EC Student Teaching
  • EDP4 534 EC Student Teaching Seminar

Total Credits: 39

 

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