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Curriculum: Certificate of Eligibility with Advanced Standing

Elementary CEAS- Summer Semester

EDST 6422 Classroom Curriculum, Planning & Organization (Online) 3
EDST 6421 Child and Adolescent Development & Diversity (Online) 3
EDST 6441 Serving Diverse Learners I: Foundations, Sp. Ed. Laws, and Impact on Schools and Families (2 weekends) 3

Fall Semester

EDST 6334 Register  0
EDST 6415 Elementary Mathematics: Methods and Assessment (Blended) 3
EDST 6413 Elementary Language Arts: Methods and Assessment (Blended) 3
EDST 6417 Elementary Science and Social Studies: Methods and Assessment (Blended) 3

Spring Semester

EDST 6426 Clinical Practice and Seminar (On-ground) 3

Secondary CEAS- Summer Semester

EDST 6422 Classroom Curriculum, Planning and Organization (Online) 3
EDST 6421 Child and Adolescent Development and Diversity (Online) 3
EDST 6441 Serving Diverse Learners I: Foundations, Sp. Ed. Laws, and Impact on Schools and Families (2 weekends) 3

Fall Semester

EDST 6334 Register 0
EDST 6551 Advanced Strategies (2 weekends) 3
EDST 6425 Assessment of Student Learning (Online) 3
  Advanced Methods Course in the student's area of focus (Online)

EDST 6558 Secondary Math Methods

EDST 6557 Secondary Science Methods

EDST 6555 Secondary Language Arts Methods

EDST 6410 Secondary Social Studies Methods
3
EDST 6426 Clinical Practice and Seminar (On-ground) 3

You may apply the 21 credits awarded for the CEAS program toward an M.A. in Education. The M.A. course of study is flexible and may be structured to meet individual, certification, and professional needs. The programs reflect current best practices in education and are guided by National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) standards. They are constantly evolving as new ideas, pedagogies, and technologies develop and emerge.

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