Middle Grades Education, Rank I (158)
Department website: http://www.wku.edu/ste/
John A. Moore, firstname.lastname@example.org, (270) 745-5415
This non-degree program leads to eligibility for Rank I.
- Environmental Education (KEV)
- Gifted Education Endorsement (KE37)
- Kentucky Computer Technology (KCT)
- Middle Grades English (K30)
- Middle Grades Math (K71)
- Middle Grades Science (K50)
- Middle Grades Social Studies (K20)
- Teaching English as a Second Language Endorsement (KE36)
Please refer to the admission section of this catalog for Graduate School admission requirements.
Program Requirements (30 hours)
This program requires 30 semester hours in addition to the requirements for a Planned Fifth-Year program, or 60 semester hours including a master's degree.
|Professional Education Component|
|EDU 601||Seminar: Advanced Professional Development Plan 1||1|
|ELED 603||Advanced Seminar Elementary Curriculum||3|
|EDU 604||Management Learning Environment||3|
|SPED 516||The Exceptional Child: Perspectives and Issues 2||3|
|EDU 698||Seminar: Advanced Portfolio Project 3||2|
|Advisor-approved professional courses||6|
|Advisor-approved specialization courses||12|
Students should enroll in EDU 601 within the first 7 hours of course work in the Non-Degree Planned Rank I or Specialist Degree.
An approved elective may be substituted if an introductory Exceptional Education course is on the student's transcript.
Students should enroll in EDU 698 after completing at least 24 hours of course work in the Non-Degree Planned Rank I or Specialist Degree.