Dallas Master of Arts In Education (MAEd) Degree in Teaching & Learning: Integrated Concentration
The Master of Arts in Education (MAEd) in Teaching and Learning: Integrated Concentration degree program at Argosy University, Dallas is intended to prepare educators who work in the P-12 setting as change agents who engage actively in their communities, using appropriate pedagogy and technology to foster the development of global citizens. In addition to the core course requirements, students enrolled in this degree program will complete a four course sequence designed to strengthen educators’ knowledge and skills in order to work more effectively in the current classroom environment. This master’s degree program does not lead to certification or credential endorsement.
Program Learning Outcomes
Program Outcome One: Commitment to Student Learning
1.a Apply developmentally appropriate practices regarding individual academic and socio cultural differences for optimal student learning.
Program Outcome Two: Knowledge of Pedagogy
2.a Identify, discriminate, select, and apply relevant research method(s) to plan, implement and evaluate curricular and instructional practices that support improved teaching and learning.
2.b Use data to guide school improvement efforts, implementation, assessment, and resource allocation.
Program Outcome Three: Facilitation of classroom instruction and environment
3.a Develop appropriate strategies to create a positive and engaging learning environment.
Program Outcome Four: Self-Assessment
4.a Develop personal and professional development plans using self-assessment processes to think systematically from practice and learn from experience.
Program Outcome Five: Collaboration with Community
5.a Work collaboratively with various constituencies to develop local and global perspectives to further educational success and productive citizenship.
Launch your career by enrolling in the Master of Arts in Education (MAEd) in Teaching and Learning: Integrated Concentration program at Argosy University, Dallas. You can learn more about specific financial aid programs (available to those who qualify) on our Financial Aid & Scholarships pages, or by contacting us to request more information.
Only the MAED in Educational Administration leads to the Texas Principal Certificate upon completion of all state and program requirements. This program DOES NOT lead to teacher or administrator certification, licensure, or endorsement in any state in the United States. These programs are designed to enhance the skills and knowledge of students who are already certified, licensed or endorsed and for students who are interested in pursuing these degrees for reasons other than obtaining teacher or administrator certification, licensure, or endorsement. Additionally, the credits earned through participating in these programs offered by Argosy University are unlikely to be transferable to any other similar program that is approved for teacher or administrator certification, licensure or endorsement in any State.
Only the MA in School Psychology has been designed to meet the requirements found in the Texas Administrative Code for licensed Specialists in School Psychology. The decision to grant licensure rests solely with the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists and not Argosy University. Upon completion of the MA in School Psychology, students may apply to become Nationally Certified School Psychologists through the National Association of School Psychologists.
All other programs offered through the College of Education DO NOT lead to teacher or administrator certification, licensure, or endorsement in any State in the United States.
The programs offered through Argosy University, Online Programs DO NOT lead to teacher or administrator certification, licensure, or endorsement in any State in the United States regardless of the State in which the student resides.