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Graduate Adolescent Education Course Sequence: Social Studies

Education Courses for Advanced Certificate and Master's Degree Programs

Course No Title Credits Prereq Coreq
SEDF 703 Social Foundations of Adolescent Education
(45 hrs fieldwork)
3

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


SEDF 705 Educational Psychology: Applications to
Adolescent Education (30 hrs + 36 hrs fieldwork)
2 SEDF 704
SEDF 706 Assessment of Teaching and Learning in
Adolescent Education (30 hrs + Lab)
2 SEDF 705
SECC 725 or
SEDC 755 or SEDC 775
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 (45 hrs)
3

SEDC 715
Methods 1: Intensive Study of Classroom
Organization, Management, and Assessment of
Instruction in Social Studies, Grades 7-12 (45 hrs)
3
SEDF 704
SEDF 704
SEDC 720 Adolescent Health and Safety (15 hrs)
1

SEDC 725
Methods 2: Intensive Study of Teaching Diverse
Learners in Social Studies (30 hrs + 36 hrs fieldwork)
3 SEDC 715

Take Either


SEDC 755 Student Teaching in Social Studies, Grades 7-12
(60 days student teaching + 30 hr seminars,
workshops and conferences)
5 SEDC 725
Or
SEDC 775.10 Practicum in Social Studies, Grades 7-9 (30 hrs + conferences)
2 SEDC 725
Plus
SEDC 775.20 Practicum in Social Studies, Grades 10-12 (30 hrs + conferences)
2 SEDC 725

Total Credits for Advanced Certificate    26-27 credits

 

History and Geography Courses for Master's Degree Program

18 Credits

Course No Title Credits Prereq
History
European history, world or non-Western history.
Students who have completed 6 credits in any one
of these areas at the undergraduate level will have
fulfilled this requirement for that particular area,
but will still have to complete at least 15 credits in
graduate  history courses. Within the 15 credits
required in history, at least 3 credits should focus
on gender in history and 3 credits should focus on
an analysis of diversity in the U.S.  



Plus One Course From the Following


GEOG 701
Geographic Thought and Theory
3

GEOG 705
Cultural and Social Geography
3

GEOG 706
Latin Americanist Geography
3

GEOG 709
Geography of Selected World Regions
3

GEOG 712
Sustainable Development in Developing Countries
3

GEOG 741
Population Geography
3

GEOG 742
International Migration and Ethnicity
or a graduate-level special topics seminar with
permission of an adviser.
3

Culminating Experiences (See Exit Standards)

Total Credits for Master's Degree    44-45 credits

 

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