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Adolescent English Education

 

Education Courses for Advanced Certificate and Master’s Degree Programs

Course No Title Credits Prereq Coreq
SEDF 703 Social Foundations of Adolescent Education
3

SEDF 704 Adolescent Development, Grades 7-12
(36 hrs fieldwork)
2


SEDF 705 Educational Psychology: Applications to Adolescent Education (36 hrs fieldwork) 2 SEDF 704
SEDF 706 Assessment of Teaching and Learning in Adolescent Education 2 SEDF 705 SEDC 721
or SEDC 751
or SEDC 771
SPED 708 Teaching Students with Special Needs in Inclusive Settings 3 12 credits of coursework
SEDC 710 Building the Foundations of Literacy in Adolescent Education
3

SEDC 711 Advanced Study of Young Adult Literature in Our Diverse Society
3
SEDF 704 or SEDF 704
SEDC 720
Adolescent Health and Safety (15 hrs)
1

SEDC 721

Advanced Study of Teaching English Methods to a Diverse Population in Grades 7–12 (36 hrs fieldwork)
3
SEDC 711
SEDC 741 Adolescent Fieldwork 1 SEDC 721

Take Either


SEDC 751 Student Teaching in English, Grades 7-12
(60 days student teaching + 30 hr seminars, workshops and conferences)
5 SEDC 721

Or


SEDC 771.10 Practicum in English, Grades 7-9
(30 hrs + conferences)
2 SEDC 721

Plus


SEDC 771.20 Practicum in English, Grades 10-12
(30 hrs + conferences)
2 SEDC 721

Total Credits for Advanced Certificate  26-27 credits

English Department Courses for Master’s Degree Program Only

Course No Title Credits Prereq
Literature Eighteen credits in literature courses given by the English department, including 3 credits in Shakespeare,
3 credits in literature with a multicultural/minority emphasis, 3 credits in American literature.
18  
ENGL 607 Linguistics – the structure of modern English 3  
ENGL 615 Rhetoric and Composition 3  

Culminating Experiences (See Exit Standards)

Total Credits for Master's Degree  50-51 credits

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