Master of Urban Secondary Teaching (MUST)

Program Overview - Spring Semester

Master of Urban Secondary Teaching (MUST)

Program Overview

Spring Semester

EDB 604 Social Issues and Education (three credits).

Focuses on the relationship of crucial issues in society to educational questions. Alternative purposes of education in light of the changing intellectual, social, and technological climate of modern America are considered. Offered every semester.

EST 582 Student Teaching in Secondary Education (10 credits).

Prerequisite: Prior application and approval of the Office of Field Services; must be taken concurrently with EST 595. Five full days a week for one semester in a secondary school classroom observing and teaching under the direction of a cooperating teacher and a University supervisor. Required for secondary teaching license.