Elementary Studies, K-6

Master of Education

Program Requirements

Elementary Studies: Kindergarten – Grade 6

MED 6102 E-Folio (0 credits)

MED 6000 Elementary Mathematics for Teachers (3 credits)

MEE 7601 Available Online Education of Diverse Populations/ Exceptional Children in the Elementary School Setting (3 credits)

MEE 7603 Strategies for Effective Teaching (3 credits)

MEE 7604 Available Online Technology for Instruction (3 credits)

MEE 7607 Available Online Health and Physical Education (3 credits)

MEE 7631 Available Online Child Growth and Development (3 credits)

MEE 7632 Available Online Language and Literacy (3 credits)

MEE 7633 Available Online Integrated Methods for Teaching Elementary Reading and Writing (3 credits)

MEE 7634 Available Online Integrated Methods for Teaching Elementary Social Studies (3 credits)

MEE 7635 Available Online Professional Issues Related to Family, School, and Community (2 credits)

MEE 7636 Available Online Fine Arts and Literature for Children and Adolescents (2 credits)

MEE 7637 Available Online Integrated Methods for Teaching Elementary Mathematics (3 credits)

MEE 7638 Available Online Integrated Methods for Teaching Elementary Science (3 credits)

MEE 7996 Available Online Practicum I (1 credit)

NOTE: Registration for Practicum I requires passing scores on all three sections of Praxis Core Series for Educators or relevant exemption tests.

MEE 7997 Practicum II (1 credit)

MEE 7998 Practicum III (1 credit)

MEE 8800 Available Online Applied Assessment and Research in the Classroom (3 credits) (co-requisite with MEE 7998)

MEE 8801 Student Teaching/Internship (9 credits)

NOTE: Registration for MEE 8801, Student Teaching/Internship, requires a 3.00 grade point average, successful completion of all other coursework, and an approved application from the Office of Clinical Studies.

Qualifications for Degree

To qualify for the Master of Education in Elementary Studies degree, a candidate must complete the course work and clinical experiences with at least a "B" average (a cumulative grade point average of 3.0). An electronic portfolio—E-Folio—is required. The portfolio will demonstrate mastery of program competencies based on the Delaware Professional Teaching Standards, Wilmington University Graduation Competencies, and satisfactory attainment of the goals described in the College of Education Conceptual Framework. The program must be completed within five years.

This information applies to students who enter this degree program during the 2015-2016 Academic Year. If you entered this degree program before the Fall 2015 semester, please refer to the academic catalog for the year you began your degree program.