The Master Teacher, M.Ed., is a graduate program for classroom teachers intending to advance their careers or assume positions of leadership within their schools. The program allows current teachers to focus on an area of emphasis in the P-12 classroom setting. Key components of the program are student choice, allowing you to design your own program, and flexibility. Program Students complete at least 48 credits as outlined in an approved "Course of Study" filed with the School of Graduate Studies and Research. All of the classes in the Educational Foundations and Curriculum Department are taught online. The development of a "Course of Study" must be appropriate to the professional goals and purposes of each individual student. CWU Master Teacher Advantage Student choice. A key component of this Master Teacher program is student choice, allowing you to design your own program. You select 29 of the required 48 credits to meet your personal career goals.
Flexibility. All Educational Curriculum and Foundation courses are online (at least 19 credits). Also, the Master Teacher Program may be completed in as little as 1.5 years including two summer quarters. When To Apply Admissions is rolling (apply any quarter). Application for admission should be made prior to the first quarter of graduate level work. The catalog is explicit for dates of application for admission, and the student must be aware of and adhere to the published deadline. Application Process The following constitute the criteria used by the Department of Educational Foundations and Curriculum in assessing applications for admission to a graduate program.
1. The academic transcript is evaluated for overall strength and for progress and improvement. The requirement of a minimum 3.0 GPA for the last 90 quarter hours (60 semester hours) of graded work must be met for admission for full standing. Generally, the transcript must show “B” or better work in courses most closely related to the applicant’s intended area of specialization.
2. Three letters of recommendation from persons knowledgeable about the applicant’s academic, professional, and personal qualifications.
3. Written statement of educational objectives and professional aims.
4. At least one year of successful regular contracted teaching experience.
5. A teaching degree from an accredited university.
6. An approved teaching certificate.
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