Curriculum for Graduate Programs in Education | Albright College

Curriculum for Graduate Programs in Education

Master of Art or Master of Science Degree in Concentration of General Education

4 Core Requirements:

  • EDU 515 Advanced Human Development and Learning Theory
  • EDU 520 Curriculum Development
  • EDU 525 Current Trends and Historical Perspectives in Education
  • EDU 510 Educational Research Designs

6 Concentration Requirements:

  • EDU 547 English Language Learner Strategies and Methods for the Adolescent
  • EDU 610 Instructional Technology
  • EDU 646 Secondary Methods
  • SPE 540 The Inclusive Secondary Classroom
  • SPE 541 Assessment and Adaptation: Adolescents with Special Needs
  • EDU 616 Educational Philosophy

Capstone:

  • EDU 701 Research Project

Post-baccalaureate Teacher Certification Program

Secondary Certification (7-12th grade)

Content areas: Biology, Chemistry, English, Math, Physics, or Social Studies

Pre-requisites:

  • General Studies course requirements – 1 Composition, 2 Math, 1 Literature, 1 General Psychology– must have a C or better in each.  If you are missing any of these, they must be taken prior to starting grad. classes
  • Content area coursework must be completed
  • 2.8 GPA required for admission – 3.0 GPA needed at time of student teaching (if below a 2.8, student must meet provisional requirements for full acceptance)
  • Pass scores on PAPA tests – reading, writing, and math

EDU 515 Advanced Human Development and Learning Theory
EDU 547 English Language Learner Strategies and Methods for the Adolescent
EDU 646 Secondary Methods
EDU 610 Instructional Technology
SPE 540 The Inclusive Secondary Classroom  (4 credit course)
SPE 541 Assessment and Adaptation: Adolescents with Special Needs  (4 credit course)
EDU 702 Student Teaching & Seminar

190 hours of fieldwork must be completed prior to student teaching
 


K-12 Certification

  • Content areas: Art, French, Latin, or Spanish
  • Prerequisites:
    • General Studies course requirements: 1 Composition, 2 Math, 1 Literature, 1 General Psychology– must have a C or better in each. If you are missing any of these, they must be taken prior to starting graduate classes
    • Content area coursework must be completed
    • 2.8 GPA required for admission – 3.0 GPA needed at time of student teaching (if below a 2.8, student must meet provisional requirements for full acceptance)
    • Pass scores on PDE approved reading, writing, and math proficiency exams 

EDU 515 Advanced Human Development and Learning Theory
EDU 547 English Language Learner Strategies and Methods for the Adolescent
EDU 646 Secondary Methods
EDU 610 Instructional Technology
SPE 540 The Inclusive Secondary Classroom  (4 credit course)
SPE 541 Assessment and Adaptation: Adolescents with Special Needs  (4 credit course)
EDU 702 Student Teaching & Seminar

190 hours of fieldwork must be completed prior to student teaching