Jun 25, 2021  
Ohio University Graduate Catalog 2013-2015 
    
Ohio University Graduate Catalog 2013-2015 [Archived Catalog]

Middle Childhood Education


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For specific information about the Master’s Program, see: http://www.cehs.ohio.edu/academics/te/degree-programs/GraduateDegrees.htm

ME6870: Middle Childhood Math & Social Studies

Program Overview: The graduate program in Middle Childhood Education leading to licensure recognizes and reflects both national and state trends that provide alternative routes to teacher licensure. The program permits the student to receive a master’s degree and complete teacher licensure requirements at the graduate level. It recognizes that post-baccalaureate students often have background experience relevant to the classroom and therefore can profit from graduate study leading to licensure rather than enrolling in an undergraduate licensure program.

Admissions Policy: Candidates seeking admission to the initial master’s program with licensure in Middle Childhood must have earned a bachelor’s degree, have a minimum Grade Point Average [GPA] of 2.90, and submit a Resume/Curriculum Vitae, three Letters of Recommendation as well as a Personal Statement of Professional Goals. In addition, international candidates must submit certified transcripts as well as proof of financial responsibility. Candidates¿ application materials may be reviewed prior to completion of the bachelor’s degree and may be admitted but will not be able to begin registration until an official transcript showing conferral of master¿bachelor’s degree is provided.

Change Policy: To change or add your major/minor/certificate at Ohio University contact the Office of Student Affairs.

Transfer Policy: To obtain information specific to students seeking admission to the program as transfer students from another institution contact the Office of Student Affairs.

Opportunities: See Program Overview.

 

ME6871: Middle Childhood Science & Social Studies

Program Overview: The graduate program in Middle Childhood Education leading to licensure recognizes and reflects both national and state trends that provide alternative routes to teacher licensure. The program permits the student to receive a master’s degree and complete teacher licensure requirements at the graduate level. It recognizes that post-baccalaureate students often have background experience relevant to the classroom and therefore can profit from graduate study leading to licensure rather than enrolling in an undergraduate licensure program.

Admissions Policy: Candidates seeking admission to the initial master’s program with licensure in Middle Childhood must have earned a bachelor’s degree, have a minimum Grade Point Average [GPA] of 2.90, and submit a Resume/Curriculum Vitae, three Letters of Recommendation as well as a Personal Statement of Professional Goals. In addition, international candidates must submit certified transcripts as well as proof of financial responsibility. Candidates¿ application materials may be reviewed prior to completion of the bachelor’s degree and may be admitted but will not be able to begin registration until an official transcript showing conferral of bachelor’master¿s degree is provided.

Change Policy: To change or add your major/minor/certificate at Ohio University contact the Office of Student Affairs

Transfer Policy: To obtain information specific to students seeking admission to the program as transfer students from anotherhter institution contact the Office of Student Affairs

Opportunities: See Program Overview.

 

ME6872: Middle Childhood Math & Science

Program Overview: The graduate program in Middle Childhood Education leading to licensure recognizes and reflects both national and state trends that provide alternative routes to teacher licensure. The program permits the student to receive a master’s degree and complete teacher licensure requirements at the graduate level. It recognizes that post-baccalaureate students often have background experience relevant to the classroom and therefore can profit from graduate study leading to licensure rather than enrolling in an undergraduate licensure program.

Admissions Policy: Candidates seeking admission to the initial master’s program with licensure in Middle Childhood must have earned a bachelor’s degree, have a minimum Grade Point Average [GPA] of 2.90, and submit a Resume/Curriculum Vitae, three Letters of Recommendation as well as a Personal Statement of Professional Goals. In addition, international candidates must submit certified transcripts as well as proof of financial responsibility. Candidates¿ application materials may be reviewed prior to completion of the bachelor’s degree and may be admitted but will not be able to begin registration until an official transcript showing conferral of bachelor’s degree is provided.

Change Policy: To change or add your major/minor/certificate at Ohio University contact the Office of Student Affairs. studies, natural sciences, and mathematics), knowledge and skills in interpersonal communications, and an approved content area must complete these at the undergraduate and/or graduate level before being recommended for licensure.

Transfer Policy: To obtain information specific to students seeking admission to the program as transfer students from anotherhter institution contact the Office of Student Affairs.

Opportunities: See Program Overview.

 

ME6873: Middle Childhood Language Arts & Social Studies

Program Overview: The graduate program in Middle Childhood Education leading to licensure recognizes and reflects both national and state trends that provide alternative routes to teacher licensure. The program permits the student to receive a master’s degree and complete teacher licensure requirements at the graduate level. It recognizes that post-baccalaureate students often have background experience relevant to the classroom and therefore can profit from graduate study leading to licensure rather than enrolling in an undergraduate licensure program.

Admissions Policy: Candidates seeking admission to the initial master’s program with licensure in Middle Childhood must have earned a bachelor’s degree, have a minimum Grade Point Average [GPA] of 2.90, and submit a Resume/Curriculum Vitae, three Letters of Recommendation as well as a Personal Statement of Professional Goals. In addition, international candidates must submit certified transcripts as well as proof of financial responsibility. Candidates¿ application materials may be reviewed prior to completion of the bachelor’s degree and may be admitted but will not be able to begin registration until an official transcript showing conferral of bachelor’master¿s degree is provided.

Change Policy: To change or add your major/minor/certificate at Ohio University contact the Office of Student Affairs.

Transfer Policy: To obtain information specific to students seeking admission to the program as transfer students from anotherhter institution ccontact the Office of Student Affairs.

Opportunities: See Program Overview.

 

ME6874: Middle Childhood Language Arts and Science

Program Overview: The graduate program in Middle Childhood Education leading to licensure recognizes and reflects both national and state trends that provide alternative routes to teacher licensure. The program permits the student to receive a master’s degree and complete teacher licensure requirements at the graduate level. It recognizes that post-baccalaureate students often have background experience relevant to the classroom and therefore can profit from graduate study leading to licensure rather than enrolling in an undergraduate licensure program.

Admissions Policy: Candidates seeking admission to the initial master’s program with licensure in Middle Childhood must have earned a bachelor’s degree, have a minimum Grade Pont Average [GPA] of 2.90, and submit a Resume/Curriculum Vitae, three Letters of Recommendation as well as a Personal Statement of Professional Goals. In addition, international candidates must submit certified transcripts as well as proof of financial responsibility. Candidates¿ application materials may be reviewed prior to completion of the bachelor’s degree and may be admitted but will not be able to begin registration until an official transcript showing conferral of bachelor’master¿s degree is provided.

Change Policy: To change or add your major/minor/certificate at Ohio University contact the Office of Student Affairs.

Transfer Policy: To obtain information specific to students seeking admission to the program as transfer students from anotherhter institution contact the Office of Student Affairs.

Opportunities: See Program Overview.

 

ME6875: Middle Childhood Language Arts & Math

Program Overview: The graduate program in Middle Childhood Education leading to licensure recognizes and reflects both national and state trends that provide alternative routes to teacher licensure. The program permits the student to receive a master’s degree and complete teacher licensure requirements at the graduate level. It recognizes that post-baccalaureate students often have background experience relevant to the classroom and therefore can profit from graduate study leading to licensure rather than enrolling in an undergraduate licensure program.

Admissions Policy: Candidates seeking admission to the initial master’s program with licensure in Middle Childhood must have earned a bachelor’s degree, have a minimum Grade Point Average [GPA] of 2.90, and submit a Resume/Curriculum Vitae, three Letters of Recommendation as well as a Personal Statement of Professional Goals. In addition, international candidates must submit certified transcripts as well as proof of financial responsibility. Candidates¿ application materials may be reviewed prior to completion of the bachelor’s degree and may be admitted but will not be able to begin registration until an official transcript showing conferral of bachelor’s degree is provided.

Change Policy: To change or add your major/minor/certificate at Ohio University contact the Office of Student Affairs.

Transfer Policy: To obtain information specific to students seeking admission to the program as transfer students from anotherhter institution contact the Office of Student Affairs.

Opportunities: See Program Overview.

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