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David T. Crowther, Ph.D.
Executive Director: Raggio Research Center for STEM Education
Professor Science Education
1664 N Virginia St.
College of Education MS 280 Ste. 3100
University of Nevada, Reno
Reno, NV 89557
(775) 682-7532 Work
(775) 327-5345 Fax
E-mail: crowther@unr.edu

That Master of Arts and Master of Science for Elementary Education are programs for practicing teachers who want to improve their skills and content knowledge in particular emphasis areas such as math education, science education, humanities education, STEM and/or and curriculum studies.

The Master's of Education (M.Ed.) degree in elementary education offers you the opportunity to become a licensed teacher at the elementary and middle school levels (K-8). This program is designed for those with a degree in another field who want to become teachers. Some undergraduate prerequisite courses may be necessary, depending on your previous course work.

The Elementary Education program also participates in the Bachelor's degree in Integrated Elementary Teaching.  For more information, see the following link:http://www.unr.edu/education/academic-programs/degrees-and-programs/integrated-elementary-teaching/bs

 

Related Degrees and Programs

  • Elementary Education, Master of Arts Degree: The MA program provides an opportunity for practicing K-8 teachers to focus on advanced study of pedagogy, curriculum development, and content in elementary and middle school settings.
  • Elementary Education, Master of Education Degree: The Master's of Education (M.Ed.) degree in elementary education offers you the opportunity to become a licensed teacher at the elementary and middle school levels (K-8). This program is designed for those with a degree in another field who want to become teachers.
  • Elementary Education, Master of Science Degree: The MS program provides an opportunity for practicing K-8 teachers to focus on advanced study of pedagogy, curriculum development, and content in elementary and middle school settings.

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Emailcoe@unr.edu
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Address 1664 N. Virginia Street
Reno,  NV  89557-0278
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