The Master of Science in Education degree with a concentration in Elementary Curriculum and Instruction program uses the ‘four C’s’: critical thinking, creativity, communication, and collaboration to maximize the learned courses when applying new methods of teaching in the K-12 educational environment. Students can follow concentration paths in elementary education in one of six areas: Diversity, Early Childhood Education, Math and Science, Technology in Education, Professional Inquiry and Practice (PIP), and Staff Development/Mentor Teacher. Graduate students may use the MS degree for advancement in current teaching roles or when seeking to expand into a new field within the education system.
- Four-year bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution
- 3.0 GPA for last 60 units
- Teaching credential (preliminary or clear) or equivalent experience
Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP)
School Accreditation Statement
WASC Senior College and University Commission