Academic Curriculum

Dr. Brady

Professor Jeanne Brady addresses the teaching fellows.

ACESJU Teaching Fellows work toward the completion of a Master’s of Science in Education degree at Saint Joseph’s University.  Fellows also receive a Pennsylvania teaching certification in Early Years (PreK-4), Middle Years (4-8), Secondary (7-12), Reading Specialist, Special Education, or ESL..

ACESJU Administrative Fellows work toward the completion of a Master’s of Science in Chuch Management at Villanova University.

Sample course sequences for Teaching Fellows enrolled in the Master’s of Science in Education are listed below.  Course descriptions are available in the university’s course catalog.

 

M.S. in Education with Level I Middle Grades Certification (4-8)
Course Sequence

EDU 550 Historical and Contemporary Perspectives in Education
EDU 551 Psychology of Teaching: Developmental Perspectives
EDU 557 Adolescent Development
EDU 647 Literacy and Learning Across the Curriculum
EDU 646 Language and Culture
SPE 550 Foundations of Special Education
SPE 612 Inclusive Classroom Practices
SPE 602 Assessment Identification and Progress Monitoring END

Select TWO Courses from the following list:
EDU 612 Instructional Techniques – Social Studies
EDU 616 Instructional Techniques – Math
EDU 618 Instructional Techniques – Science
EDU 696 Student Teaching: 4-8

 

M.S. in Education with Level I Certification in Content Area (7-12)
Course Sequence

EDU 550 Historical and Contemporary Perspectives in Education
EDU 557 Adolescent Development
EDU 647 Literacy and Learning Across the Curriculum
EDU 646 Language and Culture
SPE 550 Foundations of Special Education
SPE 602 Diagnostic, Assessment, and Progress Monitoring
EDL 600 Educational Leadership/Research
EDU 616 Instructional Techniques – Content Area
SPE 612 Inclusive Classroom Practices
Graduate Elective (Approved by graduate advisor)
EDU, SPE or EDL 5xx, 6xx, or 7xx
EDU 691 Secondary Student Teaching in Content Area


This course sequence is for the current ACESJU cohort.  For more information about our next cohort, beginning in June 2015 with applications available in October 2014, please see the Application Information page.