2010-2011 Catalog 
    
    Nov 13, 2019  
2010-2011 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Education Programs of Study


Programs Options Licensure— TELP*, ALP**, and SELP*** Endorsements Master of Arts Doctor of Philosophy
Counseling and Human Services School Counseling, Community Counseling, and Counseling and Leadership School and community counseling licensure: graduate program   MA: 3 tracks: school counselors, mental health professionals, and military personnel  
Curriculum and Instruction Curriculum & Instruction, LDE, Reading, & Science Education   Reading endorsement at the graduate level MA: 5 tracks: General C&I, LDE, Reading, and Science Education  

Leadership in Education,          P-12 Education

Educational Leadership, Student Affairs in Higher Education (SAHE) Principal Administrator   MA:  Leadership in Education PhD: Educational Leadership, Research and Policy
Elementary Education   Undergrad and graduate licensure   MA (see C & I above)  
Linguistically Diverse Education (LDE) (formerly ESL)   Undergrad and graduate licensure   MA (see C & I above)  
Secondary Education English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Spanish Undergrad and graduate licensure   MA (see C & I above)  
Special Education   Undergrad and graduate licensure Studies, Spanish endorsement at the graduate level    

* Teacher Education and Licensure Program (TELP)—Professional Licensure through the TELP requires two semesters of study plus one summer session and may be included as a part of a four-year degree program in the College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, or may be pursued after a Bachelor of Arts has been earned in a liberal arts program.

** Alternative Licensure Program (ALP) teacher licensure—Professional Licensure through the Alternative Licensure Program requires three semesters of study plus one summer session and may be pursued only after a Bachelor of Arts degree has been earned.

*** Special Education Licensure Program (SELP) teacher licensure—Professional Licensure through the undergraduate SELP allows all undergraduate teacher candidates to complete a content major within LAS and the generalist licensure area in special education in four years (124 credit hours); graduate students can receive their generalist special education licensure after completing 43 semester hours, and their Master’s of Arts in Special Education upon completion of an additional 9 credit hours.