Master of Arts in Education for licensed PK-12 teachers

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Program Description

The Master of Arts in Education for licensed PK-12 teachers is designed to those who are seeking additional depth of knowledge.

Minimum credits differ between program concentrations. Please consult your degree program concentration below for specifics.

Degree Program Concentration Areas:

• Bilingual Education

• Curriculum and Instruction/Multicultural Education

• Early Childhood Education (on-line only)

• Learning Design and Technology

• Language, Literature and Culture (Reading)

• Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)

Last updated Sep 2020

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The College of Education at New Mexico State University was founded in 1956 with William B. O’Donnell serving as its first dean. Preparing teachers has been a part of NMSU’s history since the 1800s, w ... Read More

The College of Education at New Mexico State University was founded in 1956 with William B. O’Donnell serving as its first dean. Preparing teachers has been a part of NMSU’s history since the 1800s, with education programming occupying different homes through the years. Educational programs were first housed in the School of Agriculture and in 1929-1930 a distinct Department of Education was created. In 1938 the department passed to the School of Arts & Sciences. The Department of Education and Psychology gained administrative autonomy in 1956 when the Department of Education and Psychology was changed to a School of Teacher Education. The term, College of Teacher Education, was employed when University status was gained in 1957. Read less