Master of Science in Education

Breyer State University
United States
Master's Degree
Study mode
3 years
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Entry Requirements

  • To enroll in a Masters program, students must have an earned bachelor degree and mail in a copy of the official transcripts. Official documentation must be in file before the completion of the first course or the grade will not be posted.


Core Courses:

  1. Educational Psychology
  2. Theories of Development: Concepts and Applications
  3. Human Diversity in Education
  4. Foundations of Education
  5. The Uses of Technology in Education
  6. Philosophy of Education
  7. Education Assessment
  8. Research Methods
  9. Thesis

The above core courses are required for all students in the degree program. Upon successful completion of the core courses, students will select one of the specialty tracks:

Elementary Education Track 

  1. Principles of Effective Methods and Instructions
  2. Elementary Education in Teaching Methods: Reading, and Language Arts
  3. Elementary Education in Teaching Methods: Social Studies, Science, And Mathematics
  4. Affective Development /Behavior Management
  5. Foundations of Reading

Secondary Education Track 

  1.  Perspectives in American Education
  2. Methods in Teaching Literature
  3.  Principles of Effective Methods and Instruction

Please choose One of the Following EDU 552 Courses

  1.  Methods and Materials in Secondary Education: English
  2. Methods and Materials in Secondary Education: Social Studies
  3. Methods and Materials in Secondary Education: Mathematics
  4. Methods and Materials in Secondary Education: Science
  5. Affective Development/behavioral Management

Special Education Track 

  1.  Learning Disabilities: Assessment and Intervention
  2.  Methods of Managing Pupils with Behavior Disorders
  3.  Foundations of Reading: Diagnosis and Remediation
  4.  Characteristics and Strategies for Teaching Students with Learning Disabilities

Please choose one of the following

  1.  Methodology in Teaching Learning Disabilities Elementary Level
  2. Methodology in Teaching Learning Disabilities Secondary Level
  3.  Methodology for Teaching Exceptional, Diverse and At-risk Students in the General Education
  4. Methodology for Teaching Students with Mild Disabilities
  5. Learning Disabilities – Neuropsychology
  6. Learning Disabilities - Theory, Characteristics and Issues

Educational Leadership Track 

  1.  Foundations of Educational Leadership 
  2. School Finance and Management
  3. Public Administration and School Law
  4. Administration and Community Relations
  5. Elementary School Administration and Supervision
  6. Secondary Administration and Supervision

Counseling Track 

  1. Clinical Assessment: Psychological Testing
  2. Counseling, learning, and Behavior Problems
  3. Cross-Cultural Perspectives in Counseling Psychology
  4. Counseling Skills in Education

Please choose one of the following

  1.  Counseling Secondary School Students
  2.  Counseling in the 21st Century Schools
  3. Criswis Counseling in Schools

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