Curriculum and Instruction in Inclusive Education, MSEd
The Curriculum and Instruction in Inclusive Education, MSEd program is delivered by the Department of Curriculum and Instruction of the College of Education.
Overview and Description of the Program (from the College Catalog)
"The College of Education at the State University of New York at Fredonia prepares early childhood, childhood, middle childhood, and adolescence educators for the significant instructional challenges that await them. The general philosophy underlying the Responsive Educator Program is an organized, yet complex model, which correlates with the themes that characterize current educational research. That is, we believe that all children can learn, and that they can learn best by teachers who are responsive."
The Curriculum and Instruction in Inclusive Education program is open to educators who possess initial certification in one or more of the following:
This program requires a minimum of 36 credit hours of graduate level courses.
This program includes a capstone experience and specific exit requirements. These are currently under review and subject to change. They are intended to be rigorous and to provide evidence that each degree candidate is worthy of a master's degree. The following are the current exit requirements for the Master of Science in Education in Curriculum and Instruction in Inclusive Education program.
Special Note: Several Courses are offered each semester during the academic year. Candidates are advised not to rely exclusively on summer offerings to meet graduation goals.
Requirements for Admission to the Program without Deficiencies:
MSEd Curriculum and Instruction (old) -for candidates enrolled prior to Spring 2010.
MSEd Curriculum and Instruction (Birth-Grade 6) -for candidates enrolled Spring 2010 and after with an Initial Teaching Certificate to teach children birth to grade 6
MSEd Curriculum and Instruction (Middle - Adolescence) -for candidates enrolled Spring 2010 and after with an Initial Teaching Certificate to teach children in Middle School and/or High School