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    University of North Carolina Wilmington
   
 
  Sep 19, 2017
 
 
    
2012-2013 Graduate Catalogue Archived Catalogue

-Watson College of Education


Watson College of Education

The Donald R. Watson College of Education offers graduate programs in professional education in the following areas: (1) Master of Education (M.Ed.) program with specializations in curriculum/instruction supervision, elementary education, middle grades education, language and literacy education, and secondary education; (2) Master of School Administration (M.S.A.); (3) Master of Science (M.S.) in Instructional Technology; (4) Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) program with specializations in secondary education with options in English, history, mathematics, and science; and middle grades education with options in language arts, social studies, mathematics and science; and (5) Doctorate in Education (Ed.D.) in Educational Leadership and Administration. The M.Ed., and M.S. programs meet the requirements for North Carolina Masters/Advanced Competencies, and the Ed.D. program leads to superintendent licensure for qualified program completers. Add-on licensure areas are available through graduate coursework in: Academically and Intellectually Gifted (AIG), Curriculum and Instruction Supervision, English as a Second Language (ESL), Reading, and School Administration.

Coursework in Reading Recovery™ is available to students meeting specific admissions criteria, including holding a master‘s degree in reading or closely related area, at least five years of teaching experience, and having the nomination of a school district or consortium that has filed application to become a Reading Recovery™ site. Persons successfully earning certification are qualified and approved by the National Diffusion Network to serve as teacher leaders for the Reading Recovery™ program within public school systems. For additional information and requirements, contact the Department of Elementary, Middle Level, and Literacy Education in the Watson College of Education.

Department of Early Childhood and Special Education

Department of Educational Leadership

Programs

Doctor of Education

Master of Education

Master of School Administration

Department of Elementary, Middle Level, and Literacy Education

Programs

Master of Arts in Teaching

Master of Education

Department of Instructional Technology, Foundations, and Secondary Education

Programs

Master of Arts in Teaching

Master of Education

Master of Science

Post-Baccalaureate Certificate

Education