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STAND OUT IN YOUR FIELD
In today's competitive global society, Arcadia offers you the freedom to design a graduate program that meets your educational and professional needs. The Modular Master's in Education program was developed with the convenience and current trends in education, work, and community contexts in mind.
TAILOR YOUR DEGREE TO FIT YOUR GOALS
You work closely with an Arcadia faculty member to help you realize your personal and professional goals.
The program allows you to combine two Certificate modules, with two Foundations Courses, and a Culminating Seminar experience, to create a Master's program that fits you as an individual. The flexibility of this program offers the ability to join areas that you will not find in any other program. For instance, if you are committeed to inner-city children whose first language is not English, you could choose to combine certificate modules in ESL and Urban Education for a specialized master’s degree.
You will receive a quality graduate education suited to your needs and interests by combining two certificates into one specialized degree.
|Applied Behavior Analysis|
|ESL Program Specialist|
|Infant-Toddler Mental Health|
|PA Director Credential|
|TEFL: Teaching English Abroad|
You are required to have 2 Foundation courses to complete the degree. The selection of these courses depends on the Certificates you have combined.
|Language, Diversity & Schooling (ESL)|
|Multicultural Foundations of Education|
|Interpreting Educational Research|
|Teacher Practice in a Connected World|
|Seeking Equity in Connected Learning and Teaching|
|Theory and Practice in Urban Education|
|Cultural Foundations of Education|
The program culminates in capstone project that highlights accomplishment in your area of study and fulfillment of the learning goals of the degree.
|Digital Media in Mathematics: Flipping the Classroom—Kristine Cohen|
|One Student’s Disengagement with Writing—Maria Canela|
|Teacher-Led Professional Development—Louis O’Brien|
|Integrating Writing into Pre-Calculus|