Department of Teaching and Learning
Graduate Degree Programs
General Requirements for all graduate programs include:
- Completion of graduate application
- Receipt of official transcripts
- Official copy of Graduate Record Exam (GRE) not older than five years.
- Additional requirements are listed in each program.
The Master's Degree in Elementary Education program is for teachers with Temporary or Professional Certification who wish to pursue an advanced degree in their field.
The Master's Degree in Elementary Education with ESOL plus Certification program is for those seeking initial certification. This program includes a student teaching component.
The Master's Degree in Reading Education program is for certified teachers seeking state reading certification while obtaining an advanced degree.
The Master’s Degree in Secondary Education plus Certification program is for those seeking initial certification and includes a student teaching component. Specializations are available in: Art, Biology, Chemistry, English, Mathematics, Physics, or Social Sciences.
Florida Atlantic University's Master's Degree in Instructional Technology provides students with the background necessary to utilize, implement, and maintain modern technology in the field of education and training.
Master's Degree (M.Ed.) in Educational Psychology (Revised March 2016)
The Master’s Degree in Educational Psychology program does not lead to certification in any area but allows students to specialize in the application of psychology in an educational setting.
The Master's Degree in Environmental Education is offered through the Department of Teaching and Learning in the College of Education and provides a comprehensive graduate program that prepares future professionals in the field of environmental education and enhances the environmental education knowledge and skills of practicing teachers. This university-wide, interdisciplinary curriculum requires 36 semester hours of credit, and includes opportunities to apply academic theory to practical experiences in the classroom, as well as on-site at the Pine Jog Environmental Education Center. For additional information about this program, please contact Dr. Bryan Nichols, Assistant Professor of Science Education, Department of Teaching and Learning, at firstname.lastname@example.org.