University Bulletin 2017-2018

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Secondary Education (M.Ed.)

Programs in secondary education - master of education degree programs

M.Ed. programs are designed to enhance and extend the knowledge and qualifications of secondary teachers. See College of Education and Professional Studies general section for program admission requirements.

Program Requirements Credit Hours
Programs in Secondary Education 30
Curriculum and Teaching 6
SED 552 or For ESOL - EEC 522 for those with secondary undergraduate cert  
AED 501  
ELT 530  
SED 561  
SED 563  
SED 564  
SED 562  
Foundations/Special Education Elective 3
SPE 500 required if introductory special education course not previously taken, or EDU 567 or ELT 525  
Research and Evaluation 6
IDE 510  
Research Seminar 560 (ESOL requires ELT 595 Internship instead of 560 Research Seminar)  
Teaching Field 12
Courses selected with advisor approval from student's teaching field.  
Language Arts: Courses selected from at least two of these fields with advisor approval: English, speech, communication, drama, and reading.
English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL): ELT 525, ELT 545, ELT 553, ELT 558 and ELT 595  
Mathematics: Courses selected with advisor approval from Mathematics.  
Science Programs: Science Composite; Courses selected from at least two of these fields with advisor approval: biology, chemistry, geology, physics.
Social Science Programs: Social Science Composite: Courses selected from at least two of these fields with advisor approval: economics, geography, history, political science, psychology and sociology.
Technology 3
EDM 510  
Please visit http://www.southalabama.edu/colleges/ceps/programs.html for specific requirements.  
* All certification programs require an introductory special education course SPE 500, if not completed at the undergraduate level. This is in addition to the 30 semester hour requirement for the ESOL program.
Department of Leadership and Teacher Education
(251) 380-2175
Chair  Dr. Susan Santoli
Professors Baxter, Giles, Green, Kent, Santoli, Tunks
Associate Professors Bailey, Campbell, Martin, Maulding-Green
Assistant Professors Allison, Brannan, Delmas, Gaillard, Johnson, Morton, Parrish, Reeves
Emeritus Professors Cronis, Culp
Senior Instructor Byrd, Simpson
Instructors Holland, Szatkowski

Department of Leadership and Teacher Education web site 
http://www.southalabama.edu/colleges/ceps/lte/

Undergraduate

The Department offers the Bachelor of Science degree in Education leading to Alabama Class B certification in the following areas: Elementary Education, Early Childhood Education, Secondary Education, and Special Education. The department offers the Bachelor of Science degree in Education with a major in Early Childhood Studies and Educational Studies.

Graduate

The department offers the M.Ed. degree leading to Alabama Class A Certification in the following areas: Art Education, Instructional Leadership, Elementary Education, Early Childhood Education, English for Speakers of Other Languages, Secondary Education, and Special Education. The department also offers the Instructional Specialist degree (Ed.S.) leading to Alabama Class AA Certification in the following areas: Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Instructional Leadership, Reading Specialist, Secondary Education, Special Education and Teacher Leader. The department offers the Doctor of Education degree in Educational Leadership.