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1 WELCOME TO CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY SAN MARCOS Master of Arts in Education Advising Session Spring 2009 SAN MARCOS Master of Arts in Education Advising Session Spring 2009 (760)

2 College of Education Mission Statement The mission of the College of Education Community is to collaboratively transform public education by preparing thoughtful educators and advancing professional practices. We are committed to diversity, educational equity, and social justice, exemplified through reflective teaching, life-long learning, innovative research, and ongoing service. Our practices demonstrate a commitment to student centered education, diversity, collaboration, professionalism, and shared governance.

3 Nancy Proclivo – Director (760) John Bowman – Outreach Coordinator Middle Level Advisor (760) Sylvia Hernandez –Lead Credential Analyst (760) Masters – Education Administration Beverly Mahdavi, Credential Analyst (760) Masters – General Option Lori Solarski, Admissions (760) Masters – Special Education Adrienne Durso, Admissions (760) Ed.D Program Andi Shibata, Admissions (760)

4 Dr. Patricia Prado-Olmos Associate Dean Dr. Kathy Hayden General Option Dr. Delores Lindsey Administrative Services Option Dr. Laurie Stowell Literacy Option Dr. Jacque Thousand / Dr. Toni Hood Special Education Option Dr. Suzanne Moineau Communication Sciences and Disorders Option

5 General Education Educational Administration Literacy Education Special Education Communicative Sciences and Disorders (coming soon)

6 Common Core Specializations Culminating Experience

7 Integrated Course work with focus area Implement learning directly into your classroom Collaborate with teachers for cross-curricular integration

8 EL Competency Schooling in a Multicultural Society (EDUC 602) Research Methods (EDUC 622) Culminating Experience (EDUC 698)

9 Thesis Project National Board Certification Exam

10 30 units 3 required courses (9 units) EDUC 602: Schooling in a Multicultural Society (3 units) EDUC 622: Research Methods in Education (3 units) EDUC 698: Masters Thesis/Project Seminar (3units) 7 elective courses (21 units)

11 A maximum of nine (9) units may be counted from the following choices towards a CSUSM Master of Arts degree: Nine (9) units of CSUSM credential program course work BTSA/Induction units be considered Nine (9) units of graduate level course work may be transferred from another institution

12 MA candidates may choose elective courses in the following areas: Literacy Education Schooling, Culture and Language Science, Mathematics and Educational Technology for Diverse Populations Teaching, Learning and Leadership

13 MA candidates may earn additional certificates: CCTC Certificate: Reading Certificate (18 units) CCTC Supplementary Authorization: Computer Concepts and Applications (12 units) CSUSM Certificates: Multicultural Specialist Certificate (12 units) Certificate of Advanced Study in Science Teaching (12 units)

14 Schooling, Culture, and Language Schooling, Culture and Language courses prepare educators to take on leadership roles for social change. Areas of focus may include but are not limited to: multicultural curriculum development; differentiated instruction for English learners; culturally and linguistically diverse students; students with special needs; and working collaboratively with families and communities.

15 Schooling, Culture, and Language MA candidates may also earn an optional Multicultural Specialist Certificate by completing the following coursework: EDUC 641: Sociocultural Contexts of Language and Learning (3 units) EDUC 643: Critical Ethnography of Education (3 units) EDUC 644: Multicultural Students and Families in Public Schools (3 units) EDUC 647: Multicultural Curriculum and Application (3 units) TOTAL UNITS REQUIRED FOR CERTIFICATE - 12 units

16 Science, Mathematics and Educational Technology for Diverse Populations Science, Mathematics and Educational Technology for Diverse Populations courses prepare teachers for positions of leadership at the school or district level in the areas of science, mathematics and/or educational technology. This coursework is designed for teachers who wish to strengthen their knowledge and performance or to become educational leaders in science, mathematics and/or educational technology.

17 Science, Mathematics and Educational Technology for Diverse Populations: Science Certificate MA candidates may also earn an optional Science Education Certificate by completing the following coursework: EDST 610: Current issues and Research in Science Education (3 units) EDST 611: Advanced Methods in Science Teaching I: Life Science Emphasis (3 units) EDST 612: Advanced Methods in Science Teaching II: Physical Science Emphasis (3 units) EDST 613: Topics in Science Education (3 units) TOTAL UNITS REQUIRED FOR CERTIFICATE - 12 units

18 Educational Technology for Diverse Populations: Supplementary Authorization for Computer Concepts MA candidates may also earn a CCTC approved Supplementary Authorization in Computer Concepts and Applications by completing the following course work: EDST 630: Issues & Research in Educational Technology (3 units) EDST 635: Hardware Operations & Function to Support Teaching & Learning (3 units) EDST 636: Software & Web Site Evaluation & Tools (3 units) EDST 637: Instructional Technology Planning & Management (3 units) TOTAL UNITS REQUIRED FOR CCTC AUTHORIZATION – 12 UNITS

19 Science, Mathematics and Educational Technology for Diverse Populations EDST 620: Current Issues & Research in Mathematical Education (3 units) EDST 621: Students Thinking in Mathematical Education (3 units) EDST 622: Instructional Practices in Mathematical Education (3 units) EDST 623: Topics in Mathematics Education (3 units) EDST 631: Technology Impact on Teaching and Learning (3 units) EDST 632: Using Emerging Technologies to Customize Learning (3 units) EDST 633: Topics in Technology Education (3 units)

20 Teaching, Learning, and Leadership Teaching, Learning, and Leadership courses are designed for K-12 teachers in any subject area who wish to enhance their expertise as educators. Course work in this concentration focus upon examining who we teach, how they learn, and developing best teaching practices to meet the needs of all students.

21 Educational Administration courses prepare site and district administrators for positions of leadership in the elementary, middle and secondary schools. MA candidates must have three or more years of professional experience.

22 Prerequisite Courses EDST 630: Issues & Research in Educational Technology (3 units)or EDUC 422: Technology Tools for Teaching and Learning (3 units) and EDUC 501: Mainstream Instruction for Students with Special Learning Needs (3 units) 24 units of study in the credential program (EDAD courses) Additional courses required for the Master of Arts Degree: EDUC 622: Research Methods in Education (3 units) EDUC 698: Masters Thesis/Project Seminar (3units)

23 Literacy Education courses prepare teachers to assist other teachers and administrators in creating literacy programs that promote not only the learning of reading and writing, but also the learning of subject matter across the curriculum. MA Candidates must have three or more years of professional experience before being awarded the certificate or advanced credential.

24 18 units of study required for the Reading Certificate only 15 additional units of study required for the Reading and Language Arts Specialist Credential 33 total units for Reading Certificate and Reading and Language Arts Specialist Credential 9 additional units of study required for the Master of Arts Degree 42 total units for Reading Certificate, Reading and Language Arts Specialist Credential and Master of Arts in Education, Literacy Option

25 Special Education courses prepare educators to take on leadership roles in the delivery of special education services to children and youth with identified disabilities. These courses provide an advanced career path in special education to two different categories of teachers.

26 Prerequisite Courses EDST 630: Current issues and Research in Educational Technology (3 units) – or completion of SB 2042 program EDUC 501: Mainstream Instruction for Students with Special Learning Needs (3 units) – or completion of SB 2042 program The following courses or equivalent courses for English Learner Authorization in special education credential: EDUC 602: Schooling in a Multicultural Society (3 units) EDUC 641: Sociocultural Contexts of Language and Learning (3 units) units of study in the credential program (EDMX courses) Additional courses required for the Master of Arts Degree: EDUC 602: Schooling in a Multicultural Society (3 units) EDUC 622: Research Methods in Education (3 units) EDUC 698: Masters Thesis/Project Seminar (3units)

27 The Mild/Moderate Education Specialist credential authorizes graduates to serve students in the federal disability categories of Specific Learning Disabilities, Mental Retardation, Serious Emotional Disturbance, and Other Health Impaired (e.g., Attention Deficit Disorder). The Mild/Moderate Education Specialist credential authorizes the provision of services to individuals in grades K through 12, including adult.

28 The Moderate/Severe Education Specialist credential authorizes graduates to serve students in the federal disability categories of Mental Retardation, Multiple Disability, Autism, Deaf-Blindness, and serious Emotional Disturbance. The Moderate/Severe Education Specialist credential authorizes the provision of services to individuals in grades K through 12, including adult.

29 Consider a career in the field of Speech-Language Pathology (SLP) One of Top 50 Best Jobs in America (Money Magazine) SLPs are in extreme demand across the entire country Work in a variety of settings with individuals across the lifespan

30 Certificate in Communication Sciences and Disorders (CoAS and CoE) 30-unit course of study that can be completed concurrently with your major Masters in Education, Option in Communicative Sciences and Disorders (CoE) 75 unit course of study and practice that prepares students for professional practice in the field (completed in 5 full-time semesters) Contact the Director of the Program, Dr. Suzanne Moineau at

31 Scholarships Student Loans APLE application Loan assumption opportunity Single Subject – Math and Science Special Education Low Performing Schools

32 Southwest Riverside County Information (909) CSUSM Office of Admissions (760) CSUSM Office of Registration & Records (760) CSUSM Cashiers Office (760) CSUSM Student Health ServCSUSM Financial Aid Offices (760) CSUSM University Store (760) CSUSM Library (760) CSUSM Main Campus (760)

33 Full time Graduate Fees (6.1+ units)$2,179 ** per semester Part time Credential Fees (0-6.0 units)$1,390 ** per semester ** Fees do not include parking pass, any applicable user fees, or books ** Fees are subject to change according to Governors Budget

34 First 5-week Summer Session: May 30 th – July 7 th, 2009 Second 5-week Summer Session: July 8 th – August 15 th, 2009 One 10-week Summer Session: May 30 th – August 15 th, 2009 Fall Semester Begins: August 31 st, 2009 Fall Semester Ends: December 12 th, 2009


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