Master of Science in Teaching Courses

Students who complete the restricted l program can take an additional 15 hours of graduate coursework to obtain a Master of Science in Teaching.

Baker University Required Courses: 6 credit hours

EDU 5120 Action Research in the Classroom

This course provides students with tools to reflect on their teaching practices, assess their performance, and make informed decisions about their teaching. Through this process teachers create an environment of improved student learning. (3 credits)

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EDU 5121 Inquiry and Research

This course gives educators a simple, practical, believable way to conduct and interpret their research for the general betterment of both their instructional practices and the profession of teaching. (3 credits)

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EDU 5102 Assessment Strategies

This course expands awareness of multiple strategies for assessing the progress of students and increases abilities to use standardized tests, for both formal and informal modes of assessment. Students design a project that outlines the use of varied modes of assessment. MAEd and MSSL core course (3 credits)

Education Elective Courses (9 credits from this group)

Any three approved education electives on the course schedules. Course descriptions are included in the course schedules.