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Master of Education in Secondary Education

Following the completion of the year-long UAF secondary post-baccalaureate licensure program, students can pursue an M.Ed. degree in secondary education. Courses are available through UAF by distance-delivery and on the Fairbanks campus. Licensure and the master's degree requirements must be met within seven years of he beginning of the program.

Program Requirements

  1. Complete the general university requirements.
  2. Complete the M.Ed. degree requirements.
  3. Complete the admission requirements for the graduate-level secondary post-baccalaureate licensure program.
  4. Complete the following course requirements:
    EDSC F614--Learning, Development and Special Needs Instructions--3 credits
    EDSC F631--Secondary Instruction and Assessment in the Content Area (3)
         or EDSC F632--English/Language Arts Secondary Instruction and Assessment (3)
         or EDSC F633--Mathematics Secondary Instruction and Assessment (3)
         or EDSC F634--Science Secondary Instruction and Assessment (3)
         or EDSC F635--Social Studies Secondary Instruction and Assessment (3)
         or EDSC F636--Art Secondary Instruction and Assessment (3)
         or EDSC F637--World Language Secondary Instruction and Assessment--3 credits
    EDSC F642--Teaching with Technology--3 credits
    EDSC F657--Multicultural Education and School-Community Relations--4 credits
    EDSC F658--Classroom Organization and Management--3 credits
    CCS F601--Documenting Indigenous Knowledge Systems (3)
         or ED F601--Introduction to Applied Social Science Research--3 credits
  5. Complete the following for the thesis option:
    ED/CCS F603--Field Study Research Methods--3 credits
    ED F699--Thesis--6 credits
    Complete one graduate-level elective course approved by the candidate's graduate committee--3 credits
  6. Complete the following for the Project option:
    ED/CCS F603--Field Study Research Methods--3 credits
    ED F698--Project--6 credits
    Complete one graduate-level elective course approved by the candidate's graduate committee--3 credits
  7. Complete the following for the Comprehensive Exam option:
    Twelve graduate-level elective credits approved by candidate's graduate committee--12 credits
    Comprehensive Examination
  8. Minimum credits required--31 credits
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