The Master's of Education degree in Curriculum and Instruction offers a STEM focus designed for certified teachers to professionally develop teachers to work with English language learners at all grade levels.  The degree program requires 36 hours of graduate coursework.

Admission Standards: 

Applicants must have at least a 3.0 GPA on the last 60 undergraduate semester hours of work prior to receiving the bachelor’s degree, or an overall 2.8 GPA on all undergraduate work.  Applicants with a completed master's degree must have at least a 3.4 GPA on the graduate coursework. 

Admission Procedures: 

1. Submit the following to the UNT Dallas office of Graduate Admissions:

  • Graduate School Application for Admission (apply online at www.applytexas.org)
  • Complete official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended

2. Submit the following to C&I Advisor Genell McClendon, Dallas1, Room 201M or scan/email to genell.mcclendon@untdallas.edu:

 

Core

EDCI 5011    Introduction to Classroom Research

EDCI 5012    Classroom Research Project

EDCI 5013    Technology in STEM Education

EDCI 5014    Instructional and Behavior Management in Classrooms

EDCI 5015    Action Research in Multicultural and Multilingual Education

EDCI 5016    STEM Literacy across the Disciplines

English as a Second Language (ESL)

EDCI 5018       English as a Second Language for EC-12 STEM Classrooms - Online

EDRE 5070     Literacy Development for English Learners

EDBE 5560     Fundamentals of Bilingual/ESL Education

EDBE 5660     English Language Acquisition by Spanish speakers: Theories and methods

3 Hour Elective

3 Hour Elective

 

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