All courses will be delivered online through a cohort model. Until demand justifies additions, one cohort of students will be admitted per year beginning with the May Intersession. All courses are required and there are no electives.
EDCI 710 Social Foundations of Education
EDCI 890 Master's Project
EDCI 702 Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment
EDCI 716 Teaching Diverse Learners
EDCI 791 Teaching Science and Mathematics in the Elementary School
EDCI 792 Teaching Social Studies, Reading and Literacy in the Elementary School
EDCI 800 Teaching Practicum
EDCI 793 Teaching Health, Movement and Fine Arts
EDCI 801 Teaching Internship
EDCI 760 Action Research in Education
Students will complete a 2-credit-hour practicum (EDCI 800) and a 4-credit-hour teaching internship (EDCI 801). Field experiences will be arranged in accredited elementary schools convenient to students in the program.
Course descriptions can be viewed in the Graduate Catalog.
Information about the Teaching and Learning Portfolio is provided by the College of Education.
This program has unique associated costs involved.
- Tuition: Approximately $17,500
- Distance field experience placement and supervision:
- MAT students will be required to obtain a tablet (e.g., iPad) and Swivl technology. The combination of these technologies enables real-time and video classroom observations and evaluations.
- Participating school districts and teachers will receive nominal compensation ($100 per student teacher and $50 per practicum teacher, respectively).
- Testing and licensing fees for Kansas K-6 licensure
- Testing and licensing fees in other states, as needed