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Master of Science in Elementary Childhood Education 

Specialization in Family and Community Studies: Program  Requirements (39 credits) 

Advanced Study Core

15 credits

Select ONE of the following 3-credit courses:
EECE 702 Social Foundations of Education
EECE 704 Major Contemporary Issues in Education
EECE 705 School and Community


3 cr

Select ONE of the following 3-credit courses:
EECE 710 Ecological Perspectives on Development: TheEarly Years
EECE 711 Ecological Perspectives on Development: The Childhood Years
EECE 717 Ecological Perspectives on Development: The Adolescent Years

3 cr

Take ALL of the following 3 courses:
EECE 703 Classroom Realities in Diverse Settings
EECE 780 Introduction to Educational Research

EECE 782 Teacher as Researcher
(Take this as your final course in the program)

3 cr. each

Interdisciplinary Core

12 credits

Take ALL of the following courses:
EECE 796 Exploring Problems in History through Literature
EECE 797 Queens County as a Learning Lab
EECE 798 Reading and Writing for Learning in Science
EECE 799 Exploring Mathematical Ideas through Literature

3 cr. each

Specialization

12 credits

Take BOTH of the following 3-credit courses: 
EECE 772  Families and Communities as Educator
EECE 789  Research in Family and Community Studies


3 cr. each

 

Electives

 

Take TWO of the following courses: 
EECE 705 School and Community Relations
EECE 760 Teaching Social Studies in the Elementary School
EECE 761 Educating the Non-native Speaker of English Theory and Research
EECE 762 Schooling in Diverse Society
EECE 773 Families, Stories and Literacy
EECE 774 Social Issues in the Classroom
EECE 775 Building Home-School Collaborations
EECE 776 Culture and Education

Pedagogical Applications
EECE 777 Conflict Resolution in Educational Settings

 

3 cr. each

 


 

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