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Master of Education in Elementary Education Initial Program - Does Not Lead to Teacher Licensure

For a version of this program that leads to teacher licensure, please click here.

The Master of Education in Elementary Education program is designed for individuals interested in the education of children in elementary or middle school. The format and courses of this regionally accredited and Arizona-approved program are tailored to meet the needs of the adult learner and to maximize the content knowledge that the teacher candidate will possess upon graduation. Graduates of the master's in elementary education program are prepared to become informed educators in public and private schools and other settings requiring a teaching license.

In this program, students study topics such as: Philosophical and social issues in education; classroom engagement and management; educating learners with diverse needs; English as a second language; structured English immersion; prescriptive reading and assessment; literacy curriculum, assessment and methods; math curriculum, assessment and methods; and social studies curriculum, assessment and methods. All courses are directly aligned with professional teaching standards and the associated national content standards.

Note: This program was recently revised. Disclosure statistics on this program before it was revised indicated 65% of students graduated on time (within 20 months) and graduated with a median loan debt of $32,236.


This program is offered in the following formats or locations:

Online

The dynamic capabilities of GCUs online curriculum offer considerable flexibility and convenience for career oriented professionals who are pursuing their educational goals. Full time faculty members, equipped with strong academic backgrounds and practical experience in their fields, support you every step of the way. Our small class sizes provide an intimate environment that stimulates engaging and challenging discussions. Classes begin frequently.


Evening

The convenience of GCUs evening programs cater to the demands of working professionals. Evening classes meet once per week and offer the interaction and discussion of a typical college classroom, filled with career minded individuals. Evening class sizes are kept small, providing a warm nurturing environment that supports an engaging experience. Classes begin frequently at various locations.


Online and Evening program disclosures      

* Please refer to the Academic Catalog for more information. Program subject to change.

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