About the Curriculum
The Adolescence Education program closely examines the characteristics of the high school organization. The curriculum addresses such fundamental questions as: What is the teaching-learning connection? How do issues of race, class, gender and cultural diversity affect the classroom experience? How has the American school system responded over time to rapid changes in American society? The program will examine the entire range of adolescent psychological development, including cognition, social relationships, stress, self esteem, physical and mental health, and political and moral development. After a thorough grounding in a variety of instructional methods and materials, you will put what you have learned into practice in a full semester of supervised student teaching.
If you already have a bachelor’s or master’s degree in one of the following areas, you may qualify for the M.S. in Adolescence Education Pedagogy Program and earn your Master of Science degree in Adolescence Education (grades 7 to 12) in only 33 to 36 graduate credits:
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