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There are four distinct five-year pathways within the M.Ed. Initial Licensure Program 
• M.Ed. Initial Licensure Five Year Pathway: PreK-12
• M.Ed. Initial Licensure Five Year Pathway: Secondary

• M.Ed. Initial Licensure Five Year Pathway: Special Education Adapted Curriculum
• M.Ed. Initial Licensure Five Year Pathway: Special Education General Curriculum

The M.Ed. Initial Teacher Licensure 5-Year Pathway: PreK-12 is a combined undergraduate-graduate degree program designed for students who are pursuing a bachelor’s degree in the College of Arts and Sciences and who also wish to obtain teaching credentials. Students must complete general education requirements, a liberal arts or sciences major, and professional studies (education course work) requirements

The M.Ed. Initial Teacher Licensure 5-Year Pathway: Secondary is a combined undergraduate-graduate degree program designed for students who are pursuing a bachelor’s degree in the College of Arts and Sciences and who also wish to obtain teaching credentials.

The College of Education offers a five-year undergraduate-graduate degree program for initial teacher licensure in Special Education. Students will enroll in a series of professional studies courses in Education as components of the undergraduate program and complete the remaining licensure course work as part of the Masters degree.


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