Teaching and Learning
Master of Education
Candidates are expected to satisfactorily complete all requirements associated with the M.Ed. in Instruction: Teaching and Learning degree program. The 33-credit program consists of 21 credit hours of foundation courses that focus on teaching and learning and 12 credit hours of elective courses. The program requires that candidates be working in an educational setting or a training center to complete the program competency assignments. The foundation courses are offered in multiple formats: traditional, hybrid, and online. Several elective courses can be taken either in a hybrid and online format. There is a non-credit E-Folio course requirement.
Foundation Courses (21 credits)
MED 6102 E-Folio (0 credits)
MED 7712 Curriculum Development
MED 7808 Assessment and Evaluation
MED 7809 Instructional Design
MED 7810 Psychology of Learning
MED 7812 Culture and Learning Environments
MED 8804 Action Research (6 credit course offered in Fall and Spring semesters)
Electives (12 credits)
EDT 6005 Applications in Educational Technology
MED 7404 Brain-based Research Instructional Strategies
MED 7704 Education for Equity and Social Justice
MED 7807 Creativity and Critical Thinking
MED 7813 Differentiated Instruction
MED 7814 Problem-based Learning
MED 7815 Innovations in Teaching
MED 7816 Advanced Studies in Teaching and Learning
MED 7817 Professional Studies
Qualification for Degree
To qualify for the Master of Education in Instruction: Teaching and Learning degree, a candidate must successfully complete a minimum of 33 credit hours with a GPA of at least a 3.0 average. The program must be completed within five years.
Completion of this degree does not qualify the recipient for a license or certification in Delaware, since there is no relevant Delaware license or certificate.
This information applies to students who enter this degree program during the 2014-2015 Academic Year. If you entered this degree program before the Fall 2014 semester, please refer to the academic catalog for the year you began your degree program.