The Master of Education in Adolescent and Young Adult Education program is designed for high school teachers. Six options are available: Biology, Chemistry, English, Math, Social Studies, and Generalist (for teachers of music, art, foreign language, PE, industrial arts, and other content areas). Course papers, projects, and presentations are focused on each teacher's specific content area and grade level. Coursework can be completed in as little as 18 months.

The master of education in adolescent and young adult education program requires the completion of 32 semester hours, including a common core of the courses listed below

Students pursuing Adolescent and Young Adult Biology Education will also complete

Students pursuing Adolescent and Young Adult Chemistry Education will also complete

Students pursuing Adolescent and Young Adult English Education will also complete

Students pursuing Adolescent and Young Adult Math Education will also complete

Students pursuing Adolescent and Young Adult Social Studies Education will also complete

Students pursuing Adolescent and Young Adult Generalist Education will also complete

Program Completion Requirements

Multicultural Experience Requirement
Assessment of Progress
Final Evaluation