Colleen Finegan, Ph.D.
378 Allyn Hall
Multi-Age Licensure to teach a single subject: Visual Arts (PK-12)
Master of Education (M.Ed.)
This program is designed for full-time study and internship. Applicants must have a bachelor's degree, meet content requirements, and pass the state mandated examination. Other admissions criteria apply, please visit with a Teacher Licensure Advisor to learn the details of the admissions process to the Graduate Level Initial Licensure program in Adolescent to Young Adult licensure.
Upon successful completion of the licensure portion of the program and passing licensure exams, candidates are eligible apply for an Ohio provisional Multi-Age license in the concentration area that applies to the candidate's preparation.
Candidates have the option of completing a Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree.
Program information last modified Wednesday, 27th November, 2013 @ 01:17pm
|AED 6680||Multi-Age Visual Arts: Curriculum and Materials I||3|
|ED 6830||Using Research To Improve Classroom Instruction||2|
|ED 6840||Measurement and Assessment in Education||3|
|ED 6850||Cultural and Communicative Competence for Educators||3|
|EDT 6800||Integrating Technology in Learning||2|
|AED 6780||Multi-Age Visual Arts: Curriculum and Materials II||3|
|ED 6010||Advancing Reading in the Content Area||3|
|ED 6480||Field Experiences III: Methods in MA: Visual Arts||1|
|ED 6800||Classroom Management and Organization||3|
|ED 6890||AYA/MA Capstone Research||2|
|ED 6920||Professional Seminar: AYA/MA||1|
|ED 6980||Content Seminar: Multi-Age Visual Arts||3|
|ED 6580||Student Teaching: Multi-Age Visual Arts||8|
|ED 6990||AYA/MA Capstone Project||1|
|TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED||36|