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Monday, July 17

  1. page Admissions edited ... Complete an online application and pay the appropriate application fee (http://www.mtsu.edu/gr…
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    Complete an online application and pay the appropriate application fee (http://www.mtsu.edu/graduate/apply.php);
    When filling out the application, the degree sought is M.Ed.; the major is Curriculum and Instruction; the specialization is Secondary Education Licensure Path. This degree is a non-thesis option.
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    Admission to the Teacher Education Program (as described above) is a pre-requisite for admission to this graduate program.
    Have official transcripts from all universities attended, except MTSU, sent directly to Office of Graduate Studies, MTSU P.O. Box 42, Murfreesboro, TN 37132. (Undergraduate GPA must be at a 2.75 or above OR a Graduate GPA must be a 3.00 or above on the last 60 hours of coursework (undergraduate and graduate) OR a completed Graduate degree GPA must be a 3.00 or above);
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Thursday, July 6

  1. page Admissions edited ... Complete an online application (http://www.mtsu.edu/edu_leadership/docs/ATE_Sec_Ed.pdf) Submi…
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    Complete an online application (http://www.mtsu.edu/edu_leadership/docs/ATE_Sec_Ed.pdf)
    Submit a GRE score (overall combined score = quantitative and verbal) of 286+ (800+ prior to August 1, 2011) or an MAT score of 385+. If students do not meet this requirement, they may submit: a) an ACT enhanced score of 22 or higher; b) have a 920 or higher on the SAT (taken prior to December 31, 1995) or 1020 or higher on the re-centered SAT (taken January 1, 1996 or after); or take and pass the Core Academic Skills for Educators (CORE) Exam (link to signing up for the exams can be found here: (http://www.ets.org/praxis/register/computer). Evidence of these scores must be submitted with the Application to Teacher Education.
    Successfully complete at least 45 semester hours of undergraduate work (submit official transcripts)
    Must have an overall grade point average of 2.75 on all coursework (undergraduate and graduate) or 3.00 on the last 60 hours of coursework. (submit official transcripts)
    Have two favorable faculty recommendations (Non-education Faculty Member & Teacher Practitioner) (http://www.mtsu.edu/edu_leadership/docs/Interview_of_Candidate.pdf)
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Sunday, April 23

  1. page Coursework and Requirements edited ... Fall Semester: FOED 6020 - Educational Foundations (3 credits) YOED 5500 - Planning and B…
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    Fall Semester:
    FOED 6020 - Educational Foundations (3 credits)
    YOED 5500 - Planning and
    By the end of the semester, a degree plan is to be completed and submitted to the graduate school (http://www.mtsu.edu/graduate/pdf/DegPlan_CUIL_SELPS.pdf)
    Spring Semester:
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Thursday, April 6

  1. page Coursework and Requirements edited ... In addition to the academic content courses on their analysis, below is a description of the e…
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    In addition to the academic content courses on their analysis, below is a description of the educational coursework/exams that will be required:
    Before students complete their first semester, a degree plan is to be completed and submitted to the graduate school (http://www.mtsu.edu/graduate/pdf/DegPlan_CUIL_SELPS.pdf)
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    throughout the year,year; however, specific
    Cohort Coursework
    Fall Semester:
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  2. page Admissions edited ... Complete an online application (http://www.mtsu.edu/edu_leadership/docs/ATE_Sec_Ed.pdf) Submi…
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    Complete an online application (http://www.mtsu.edu/edu_leadership/docs/ATE_Sec_Ed.pdf)
    Submit a GRE score (overall combined score = quantitative and verbal) of 286+ (800+ prior to August 1, 2011) or an MAT score of 385+. If students do not meet this requirement, they may submit: a) an ACT enhanced score of 22 or higher; b) have a 920 or higher on the SAT (taken prior to December 31, 1995) or 1020 or higher on the re-centered SAT (taken January 1, 1996 or after); or take and pass the Core Academic Skills for Educators (CORE) Exam (link to signing up for the exams can be found here: (http://www.ets.org/praxis/register/computer). Evidence of these scores must be submitted with the Application to Teacher Education.
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    work (submit official transcripts)
    Must have an overall grade point average of 2.75 on all coursework (undergraduate and graduate) or 3.00 on the last 60 hours of coursework. (submit official transcripts)
    Have two favorable faculty recommendations (Non-education Faculty Member & Teacher Practitioner) (http://www.mtsu.edu/edu_leadership/docs/Interview_of_Candidate.pdf)
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  3. page Admissions edited ... a Fall 2016 2017 start date. Students wishing to enter the program should follow these …

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    a Fall 20162017 start date.
    Students wishing to enter the program should follow these steps:
    1. Students who have a baccalaureate degree should determine what content area they wish to pursue for initial licensure and then request for a transcript analysis to be performed.
    http://mtsu.edu/education/docs/Request_for_Transcript_Analysis_Traditional.pdf
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    initial license. ThisThe M.Ed. program will
    3. Next, if students wish to pursue the degree, the next step is to get admitted to both the teacher education program and the graduate school. Admission to the teacher education program is a pre-requisite for admission to this graduate program.
    Admission to the Teacher Education Program
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    Complete an online application (http://www.mtsu.edu/edu_leadership/docs/ATE_Sec_Ed.pdf)
    Submit a GRE score (overall combined score = quantitative and verbal) of 286+ (800+ prior to August 1, 2011) or an MAT score of 385+. If students do not meet this requirement, they may submit: a) an ACT enhanced score of 22 or higher; b) have a 920 or higher on the SAT (taken prior to December 31, 1995) or 1020 or higher on the re-centered SAT (taken January 1, 1996 or after); or take and pass the Core Academic Skills for Educators (CORE) Exam (link to signing up for the exams can be found here: (http://www.ets.org/praxis/register/computer). Evidence of these scores must be submitted with the Application to Teacher Education.
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    work (submit official transcripts)
    Must have an overall grade point average of 2.75 on all coursework (undergraduate and graduate) or 3.00 on the last 60 hours of coursework. (submit official transcripts)
    Have two favorable faculty recommendations (Non-education Faculty Member & Teacher Practitioner) (http://www.mtsu.edu/edu_leadership/docs/Interview_of_Candidate.pdf)
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  4. page Coursework and Requirements edited First Steps ... educational software (http://www.mtsu.edu/education/livetext.php),which (htt…

    First Steps
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    educational software (http://www.mtsu.edu/education/livetext.php),which(http://www.mtsu.edu/education/livetext.php), which is a
    In addition to the academic content courses on their analysis, below is a description of the educational coursework/exams that will be required:
    Before students complete their first semester, a degree plan is to be completed and submitted to the graduate school (http://www.mtsu.edu/graduate/pdf/DegPlan_CUIL_SELPS.pdf)
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  5. page Coursework and Requirements edited First Steps ... in July 2016, 2017, which will ... to our TK20 LiveText educational sof…

    First Steps
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    in July 2016,2017, which will
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    to our TK20LiveText educational software (http://www.mtsu.edu/education/tk20.php), which(http://www.mtsu.edu/education/livetext.php),which is a
    In addition to the academic content courses on their analysis, below is a description of the educational coursework/exams that will be required:
    Before students complete their first semester, a degree plan is to be completed and submitted to the graduate school (http://www.mtsu.edu/graduate/pdf/DegPlan_CUIL_SELPS.pdf)
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    Fall Semester:
    FOED 6020 - Educational Foundations (3 credits)
    FOED 6630 - Educational TestsYOED 5500 Planning and MeasurementsAssessment (3 credits)
    By the end of the semester, a degree plan is to be completed and submitted to the graduate school (http://www.mtsu.edu/graduate/pdf/DegPlan_CUIL_SELPS.pdf)
    Spring Semester:
    SPSE 6640 - Microcomputers in K-12 Educational Settings (3 credits) (Online)
    YOED 66806000 - Issues and Trends in Teaching/LearningClassroom Management (3 credits)
    Summer Semester:
    FOED 6610 - Analysis and Application of Educational Research (3 credits)
    SPSE 6430 - Introduction to Curriculum Development (3 credits)
    READ 5460YOED 6680 - Content LiteracyIssues and Trends in Teaching and Learning (3 credits)
    SPSE 6140 - Teacher Leadership for School Improvement (3 credits)
    Fall Semester:
    SPED 6800YOED 6030 - Exceptional Children/YouthContent Instruction for English Language Learners (3 credits) (Online)
    SPSE 6480

    YOED 6300
    - Problem-Based Instructional Excellence in Secondary SchoolsStrategies (3 credits)
    By the end of this semester, all content courses (from transcript analysis) are completed and all Praxis II exams are passed.
    Spring Semester:
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Monday, January 16

  1. page Home edited ... Greetings from the Coordinator.... On behalf of the faculty teaching in the program, I would …
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    Greetings from the Coordinator....
    On behalf of the faculty teaching in the program, I would love to welcome your application to our program. This specialization is designed to allow graduate students to meet the State of Tennessee initial licensure requirements in secondary education while pursuing a Masters degree in Curriculum and Instruction. Candidates in this program must meet all requirements in the major areas of study, any undergraduate requirements, and all education courses needed to obtain an initial teaching license. In addition to any academic courses needed, students must meet: admission requirements for both The College of Education Teacher Education Program and Educational Leadership's Graduate Program; successfully complete and pass all required clinical experiences and; pass all parts of the required culminating exams (Praxis II (NTE) Exams, Graduate Comprehensive Exams, and the EdTPA Exam). The program is 33-39 credit hours depending on student's status, prior coursework, and hours required for the teaching practicum. Completion of this Master's program does not guarantee licensure, but fulfills all education requirements necessary for an initial license in secondary education.
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    the Fall 20162017 cohort are
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    Sincerely,
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