|A.||Required Core Courses||9 sem. hrs|
|EDUC 500||Research Design||3 hrs|
|EDUC 504||Curriculum Design and Evaluations||3 hrs|
|EDUC 508||Integrative Project||3 hrs|
|B.||Support Courses in each area||18 sem. hrs|
|Curriculum and Instruction||6 hrs|
|Psychological and Philosophical Foundations||6 hrs|
|Measurement and Evaluation||6 hrs|
|C.||Elective or emphasis courses||9 sem. hrs|
|Course 1||3 hrs|
|Course 2||3 hrs|
|Course 3||3 hrs|
To be considered for admission to the online Master of Arts in Teaching degree program, applicants will need to submit the following to their campus location of choice:
Each graduate program has multiple admission categories. (Follow the respective program links to the left for details about each program.) In general, the admission requirement for full admission to Columbia College graduate programs is a cumulative undergraduate grade point average of 3.0. Applicants who have less than a 3.0 GPA may be considered for conditional admission.
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The Master of Arts in Teaching and Teacher Certification Programs require the submission of a notarized affidavit of moral character.
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