Judith Herb College of Education

Graduate Studies in Middle Childhood Education

College of Graduate Studies

Contact
Mark Templin
Interim Chair
GH 2000LL
(419) 530-5371 
mark.templin@utoledo.edu

Degrees Offered

ME

Part-time Program Offered

Yes

Evenings Offered

Yes

Weekend Offerings

No

Online Offerings

Some

PROGRAM OVERVIEW
The Master’s Program in Middle Childhood Education is for teachers (or prospective teachers) of children in grades 4–9.  The program explores critical issues such as literacy, developmentally-appropriate teaching, technology, and multicultural perspectives.  Students usually specialize in two of the following specialties – reading and language arts, mathematics, science, or social studies. 

OF SPECIAL INTEREST
Students seeking initial licensure might consider LAMP, a popular master’s degree program especially designed for students who hold the bachelor’s degree in fields other than education. Students who choose LAMP earn licensure and a master’s degree in Middle Childhood Education at the same time. LAMP stands for Licensure & Alternative Master’s Program.

CURRICULUM INFORMATION
The Master’s Degree in Middle Childhood Education is a 30-hour program.

INTERNAL ADMISSIONS DEADLINES
Admissions are ongoing.

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Last Updated: 3/23/15