MEd Curriculum Studies

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School Levels available in the MEd in Curriculum Studies are:

  • PK-3 Education
  • Elementary School Education
  • Middle (and Secondary) School Education*
  • Secondary School Education
  • K-12 Education

Applicants in the Elementary, Secondary, and K-12 school levels must choose from among the concentrations listed on the Programs Tab for this degree. PK-3 and Middle Level applicants do not need to choose a separate concentration. 

Brief descriptions of the School Level offerings follow:

School level description brochure
PK-3
The PK-3 school level helps teachers become better informed about the developmental and educational needs of children from Pre-Kindergarten to grade 3 and prospective applicants choosing the PK-3 school level do not need to choose a separate concentration. PK-3 Brochure
Elementary
Prospective applicants choosing the Elementary school level may opt to focus on one of the following concentrations: Art, Language Arts/Literacy, Mathematics, Science, or Other. Elementary Brochure
Middle (and Secondary)**
The MEd-CS Middle (and Secondary Level) school level is based on the Professional Standards for Teachers of Early Adolescents which call for developmentally and culturally appropriate educational practices for early adolescents (10-15 year olds). Prospective applicants do not need to choose a separate concentration. Middle Brochure
Secondary
Prospective applicants choosing the Secondary school level may opt to focus on one of the following concentrations: Art, Language Arts/Literacy, Mathematics, Science, or Other.  Secondary Brochure
K-12 Prospective applicants choosing the Elementary school level may opt to focus on one of the following concentrations: Disability Studies, Language, Multicultural, Reading, or Social Studies. K-12 Brochure

*The cohorted Middle school level program focuses on Secondary education in addition to Middle, i.e., students aged 10-18, grades 4-12.  Students who wish to focus solely on Secondary education should enroll in the Secondary school level program.

Delivery Options

All CS programs offer on-campus, evening classes that are currently held from 4:30-7:00p.m. Most CS programs also offer hybrid courses (both online & evening).  See the UH Mānoa Catalog for details.

Cohort

The Middle (and Secondary) school level program (MLMED) is cohorted with almost all classes taken with the same group of students. MLMED cohorts begin annually during the summer semesters; however, applicants are admitted for the subsequent fall semester as UH does not have a "summer admission."

Coursework

See program brochures and learn more about specific requirements in the Programs tab for this degree.  Applicants and students may refer to the two M.Ed.-Curriculum Studies and Certificates handbooks below.

 

Handbook for New and Prospective Students:

Handbook/Instructions CS New and Prospective Student Handbook 1 Last Updated
October 2013

Handbook for Continuing and Graduating Students:

Handbook/Instructions CS Continuing and Graduating Student Handbook 2 Last Updated
August 2013

 

Quick Facts

Credits:
30
Teacher Licensure:
No
Online Classes:
Yes
Evening Classes:
Yes
Admissions:
Fall/Spring
Typical Length (Months):
30

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