Graduate Catalog 2019-2020 
    Oct 06, 2022  
Graduate Catalog 2019-2020 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Secondary Education, Ed.S., Concentrations in Biology, Broad Field Science, Business Education, Chemistry, Economics, English, History, Mathematics, Physics, and Political Science

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The Education Specialist degree with a major in Secondary Education is offered with a concentration in Biology, Broad Field Science, Business, Chemistry, Economics, English, History, Mathematics, Physics, or Political Science. This program provides advanced preparation for an in-depth knowledge of the teaching field and an opportunity for utilization of research methods and professional literature. Each concentration includes a minimum of 27 hours of graduate work distributed among courses in professional education, content specialization, and research, and includes a culminating project. The SEED Ed.S. coursework is delivered 95-100% online. Applicants must have a master’s degree with a 3.0 or higher GPA, passed the GACE Content Assessment in their area of concentration, a T-5 Georgia Professional Educator Certificate (or meet eligibility with an equivalent out-of-state teaching license), and three years of teaching experience in grades 6-12.

Plan of Study

Professional Education: 9 Hours

Content Specialization: 9 Hours

Electives: 3 Hours

Total Program: 27 Hours

* This course is offered 95-100% online.

Program Notes

  1. No course taken to meet requirements of a previously-earned degree may be used toward the EdS degree
  2. There is no provisional admission to this program.
  3. Content and content pedagogy courses must be taken in the area of concentration.
  4. It is the student’s responsibility to be aware of deadlines and apply for graduation in a timely manner.
  5. Students must meet all requirements imposed by the Graduate School, the College of Education, and the Department of Early Childhood Through Secondary Education.

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