To complete the Teaching and Learning (M.ED.), 27 credit hours are required, divided into 9 3-credit courses. The program will take fourteen months to complete. The sequence of courses is fixed; stepping out for a course requires a student to join a new cohort when it reaches that stage in the curriculum. Courses are offered following the AUC semesters.
TEAL 000/5201 - Fundamentals of Curriculum Design, Theory, & Practice (3 cr.)
TEAL 000/5202 - Learning Theory & Educational Psychology (3 cr.)
TEAL 000/5203 - Social & Political Theories of Educational Practice (3 cr.)
TEAL 000/5204 - Assessment of Student Learning (3 cr.)
TEAL 000/5205 - Differentiation of Instruction for Diverse Learners (3 cr.)
TEAL 000/5206 - Problem-based Instructional Models (3 cr.)
TEAL 000/5207 - Promoting Independent & Lifelong Learners (3 cr.)
TEAL 000/5208 - Teaching Capstone (3 cr.)
TEAL 000/5209 - Teaching Portfolio (3 cr.)
This program will only be offered in a blended/online format, and admission will only be granted based on cohorts.