Oct 15, 2021  
University Catalog 2021-2022 
  
University Catalog 2021-2022

Elementary Education, Elementary and Early Childhood NH State Licensure Pathway, M.Ed. (Integrated Learning)


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MEd in Elementary Education; Elementary and Early Childhood NH State Licensure Pathway
Location: AU New England
Credits for Degree: 40 semester credits
Standard Mode of Instruction: Classroom, online
Standard time to completion: 16 months

Program Overview

The MEd degree in Elementary Education: Elementary and Early Childhood Education NH State Licensure Pathway is designed to be completed in 4 semesters. During the summer semesters, the program includes 3-week residencies on campus in July, plus online classes. During fall and spring semesters, classes meet once a month, plus online, and internships are Monday to Thursday.

Current Tuition and Fees

University Tuition and Fees  

Plan of Study


To earn the M.Ed. degree in Elementary Education and be recommended for New Hampshire Elementary and Early Childhood Education Teaching Certification students must meet the general education requirements, complete a portfolio documenting proficiency in all requisite NH professional education standards, and successfully complete a minimum of 40 credits distributed as follows:

Theoretical & Philosophical Foundations of Education - 6 Semester Credits


Educational & Social Policy - 3 Semester Credits


Electives - 6 Semester Credits


Courses of relevance to students’ professional goals from the Education Department or other Antioch University academic departments.

Internship and Professional Seminar - 8 Semester Credits


Elementary and Early Childhood teaching licensure students complete one internship in an approved, self-contained classroom where the intern assumes all the responsibilities of a teacher conducting integrated curriculum in an elementary school grades K-6. Students complete a second internship in an approved, self-contained classroom where the intern assumes all the responsibilities of a teacher conducting integrated curriculum in a pre-school, kindergarten, or first grade classroom. An Early Childhood internship may be conducted in an educational setting such as a nature center, educational consulting organization, or museum as approved by the internship coordinator.

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