Our program is designed for credentialed secondary school teachers. Students take courses that fit a working teacher’s schedule and that support individual areas of interest and expertise.

Degree Type: Masters

Degree Program Code: MED_EGED

Degree Program Summary:

The Department of Reading Education has merged with the Department of Language Education. The new combined department is called the Department of Language and Literacy Education.

The M.Ed. in English Education provides advanced professional preparation for educators interested in the teaching of English Language Arts in secondary schools. This program is designed for applicants who have initial certification (T-4). Courses for endorsements in ESOL, Reading, Gifted, or Educational Leadership may be included in the program of study.

Recognized as a national research leader in the fields of mathematics and science education, this department combines the expertise of its internationally known faculty with the energy and innovation of its rising young scholars. The faculty’s influential research has included topics such as mathematics curricula, research in mathematics education, the history of mathematics curricula and education, emotional dimensions of school mathematics experiences, tools for interactive mathematical material, socio-cultural-political factors that influence science teaching and learning, international science education, psychology of learning science and technology used in mathematics and science education.

Locations Offered:

Athens (Main Campus)

College / School:

Mary Frances Early College of Education

110 Carlton Street
Athens, GA 30602



Language and Literacy Education

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