Distance Learning [Available Fall 2010]
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The Master of Arts in Teaching Distance Learning Specialization is a master's-level education program with 15 hours of distance learning coursework. The 36-hour degree is designed for professionals seeking a master's degree in education with knowledge and skills specific to Distance Learning.
The program does not lead to Texas Teacher Certification.
Academic Specialization (15 credit hours required)
(Meets requirements for DBU Advanced Certificate in Distance Learning)
Foundations of Distance Learning
||Designing and Developing Distance Learning
||Teaching and Learning at a Distance
||Technology Tools for the Online Classroom
||Distance Learning Design and Administration
Professional Development (12 credit hours required)
Resource Area (9 credit hours required)
||Introduction to Exceptional Learners and Mainstreaming
||Methods in Teaching ESL
||The School and Multicutural Society
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS REQUIRED: Minimum 36 hours
In addition to the general admission requirements, full admission to the Master of Arts in Teaching Program requires satisfactory scores on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE). Additional requirements are necessary if an individual desires to pursue Texas Teacher Certification. Please call the program director for more information at 214-333-5217.
(S-L)=Course(s) with field-based service-learning component.
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