University of Mary Hardin-Baylor 2013-2014 Graduate Catalog

Administration of Intervention Programs (M.Ed.)

Dr. Kris Ward, Program Director

 

The Master of Education in Administration of Intervention Programs is a dynamic program which prepares one to serve as an interventionist or an administrator of intervention programs. Graduates may elect to take the Master Reading Teacher examination furthering employment opportunities. Significant emphasis is placed on federal and state guidelines for intervention programs, demands specific to the interventionist, and working with students at-risk. 

            To earn a Master of Education degree with a major in Administration of Intervention Programs and to take the Master Reading Teacher examination, a student must complete 33 semester hours as follows:

Degree Requirements

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Required Courses

EDAD 6362School Law

3

EDAD 6367School & Its Instructional Program

3

EDUC 6340Assessment and Evaluation

3

EDUC 6352Applications of Educational Research

3

EDAD 6363School Business Management & Finance

3

EDUC 6090Comprehensive Examination

0

EDUC 5351Classroom & Behavior Management Techniques

3

READ 6301Problems in Teaching Reading EC-12

3

EDUC 6355Progress Monitoring for the Interventionist

3

EDUC 6320Analysis of Mathematical Constructs

3

EDAD 6361Instructional Leadership & Evaluation

3

READ 5354Assessment & Pedagogy for Teachers of ELL

3

Course may require leveling course determined by program director review of transcripts.