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Elementary Education - Master of Education
The Elementary Education program provides certification and an M.Ed. degree for those who wish to teach in elementary schools.
|EDUC||700/800||Educational Structure and Change||4|
|EDUC||701/801||Human Development and Learning/Educational Psych||4|
|EDUC||705/805*||Contemporary Educational Perspectives||4|
|EDUC||751/851A||Educating Exceptional Learners||4|
|EDUC||703/803F||Teaching Elementary Science||4|
|EDUC||703/803M||Teaching Elementary Social Studies||4|
|EDUC||706/806*||Intro to Reading Instruction||4|
*Indicates course work must be completed before the internship.
*Elementary Education students are required to have appropriate courses in mathematics/mathematics teaching. Effective fall 2016 all newly admitted UNH students must take Math 601 or Math 801 as a prerequisite to EDUC 741/841.
|MATH||601/801||Exploring Math for Teachers I||4|
|EDUC||741/841||Exploring Mathematics with Young Children||4|
The two-semester supervised school internship is required for licensure. It typically runs from September through May, six graduate credits each semester. The internship MUST begin in the fall semester and be completed in the spring semester. A Portfolio/concluding experience is required as part of the internship.
Based on satisfactory performance in the first semester internship, post-baccalaureate candidates with current certification may petition for exemption from the second semester internship. The decision to grant the petition will be made by the Director of Educator Preparation in collaboration with the intern, cooperating teacher, and UNH supervisor.
Total Credit Requirement: a minimum of 32 graduate-level credits
12 credits of internship plus 20 additional credits. Of the 20 additional credits at the graduate level, 10 must be in education and 10 can either be in education or in another department.
Admission to the M.Ed. is competitive and requires submission of an application to the UNH Graduate School. This includes official transcripts, scores from the Praxis Core exam, personal statement and three letters of recommendations. Thirty-two (32) Graduate credits are the minimum for this degree.