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					             EDINBORO UNIVERSITY
             M.Ed. in Mid. / Sec. Instruction - Online
The M.Ed. in Middle and Secondary Instruction will be offered on-line for post-baccalaureate teachers.
The program is designed for educators who are currently teaching and want to enrich their understanding
of mid/sec philosophy and organization, young adolescent development, mid/sec level curriculum, and
mid/sec level instruction.

Admission Requirements: All admission materials should be sent to: School of Graduate Studies,
Biggers House, 148 Meadville Street, Edinboro, PA 16444 or via email gradstudies@edinboro.edu or via
fax 814-732-2611.

        1.  Completed a graduate application
        2.  Application Fee: $30 application fee (if not former EUP student); $7 (if former EUP student)
        3.  An official transcript verifying an earned baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution.
        4.  Copy of teaching certificate
            OR
        Complete a program of study approved by the Dean of Education, leading to certification as a
        secondary school teacher prior to completion of the Master’s Degree.
        5. Undergraduate QPA of 2.80
        6. For students with a QPA below 2.80, scores from the PRAXIS I exams and the Miller
            Analogies Test (MAT) or the aptitude test of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE), are
            required. Additional information may be requested after a review of your transcripts.

*        Applicants who are not teacher certified at the time of admission in the graduate program must be
eligible for certification in the area of content as part of the master’s degree requirements.

Note: Students who are not teacher certified must also successfully complete the PRAXIS exams before
a state certification may be awarded. Also, only international students with immigrant status, who
submit a form of intent to become a citizen, are eligible to apply for Pennsylvania Department of
Education (PDE) certification.

Financial Assistance: Additional information about other forms of financial aid is available through the
Office of Financial Aid, (814) 732-2821 or toll-free (888) 611-2680.

Employer Reimbursement : Non-traditional students who are working and taking classes on a part-time
basis may have employer-paid education benefits. The purpose of the employer tuition reimbursement
agreement is to allow employees who receive reimbursement to defer payment of their tuition and fees
until after grades are available at the end of the semester. Edinboro University accepts employer benefit
plans through arrangements with the Bursar's Office by completing the enclosed employer tuition
reimbursement agreement.

For More Information: If you have questions about the application process, please contact Edinboro
University's School of Graduate Studies at (814) 732-2856 or toll-free (888) 845-2890. For questions
specific to the master's degree in Middle & Secondary Instruction please contact Dr. Kathleen Benson at
(814) 732-2788 (kbenson@edinboro.edu) or Jessica Albert, Graduate Admissions Counselor at (814)732-
1353 (jalbert@edinboro.edu)
Master of Education Middle and Secondary Instruction Curriculum – 30 Credits
SEDU 702 Teaching in the Contemporary Multicultural Classroom
SEDU 731 Selection, Utilization, and Production of Instructional Materials
SEDU 692 Seminar on Teaching Adolescents
EDUC 788 Research in Education
SEDU 786 Secondary and Middle School
SPED 710 Seminar in Exceptionalities
ELECTIVES * from area of concentration listed below

English Area of Concentration Courses:
The M.Ed. in Middle and Secondary Instruction with a focus in English will be offered on-line for post-
baccalaureate teachers. The program is designed for English educators currently teaching at the middle or
secondary levels who want to enhance instruction and enrich their knowledge.
SEDU 797 Action Research in Education
Graduate Level English Content Course (3SH)
Graduate Level English Content Course (3SH)
Graduate Level English Content Course (3SH)

Middle Level Area of Concentration Courses:
The M.Ed. in Middle and Secondary Instruction with a focus on middle level education will be offered
on-line for post-baccalaureate teachers. The program is designed for educators who are currently teaching
at the middle level and want to enrich their understanding of middle level philosophy and organization,
young adolescent development, middle level curriculum, and middle level instruction.
SEDU 774 Issues in American Education
SEDU 607 Content Literacy in the Middle and Secondary School
SEDU 700 Educational Assessment of Students in the Middle & Secondary School
SEDU 675 Teaching Methods for Middle and Secondary Classrooms

Social Studies Area of Concentration Courses:
The M.Ed. in Middle and Secondary Instruction with a focus in Social Studies will be offered on-line for
post-baccalaureate teachers. The program is designed for social studies educators currently teaching at the
middle or secondary levels who want to enhance instruction and enrich their knowledge of social studies.
SEDU 797 Action Research in Education
ANTH 678 Native America before Columbus
HIST 615 History of Women in the U.S.
HIST 760 Readings in United States History

				
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