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Secondary (6-12th) Physics Education

  • All levels Foreign Language Education
  • Curriculum and Instruction
  • English as a Second Other Language
  • Gifted and Talented Education
  • Middle-level (5-8th) Mathematics Education
  • Middle-level (5-8th) Science Education
  • Reading Specialist
  • Secondary (6-12th) Biology Education
  • Secondary (6-12th) Chemistry Education
  • Secondary (6-12th) Earth and Space Science Education
  • Secondary (6-12th) English Education
  • Secondary (6-12th) Mathematics Education
  • Secondary (6-12th) Physics Education
  • Secondary (6-12th) Social Studies Education
  • Elementary Education
  • Unified Early Childhood Education (Birth-3rd grade)
  • English to Speakers of Other Languages

Requirements

The GLP requires a total of 40-55 credit hours for most students, including the semester-long student teaching experience. It takes most students two years full-time to complete the GLP. Upon completion, students will have earned 24-29 graduate credits towards a master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction; students may continue to add additional coursework to complete the masters degree (MS.Ed. or MA).

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