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Pamela Redmond, Ed.D. Graduate Chair

Karen Yoder, Ed.D. Teaching Credential Programs Chair



The Master’s degree in Teaching and Learning is based on the Graduate School of Education’s teacher preparation program as a precursor to more advanced study.  Only students of the Touro Multiple or Single Subject credential program are eligible fore this program of study.

The program builds on the strengths of the teacher preparation program and serves as an effective forum for exploring the ideas, experiences, and issues encountered by new teachers in their classrooms and schools.  The ability to share experiences and issues with other new teachers who are part of their cohort extends the power and purpose of the teacher preparation program design.  The opportunity to engage with experienced educators provides an added dimension to the learning experience in the initial years of teaching service.

Students in the Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning program meet all of the requirements for the Graduate School of Education’s teacher preparation program.  In addition, students take 12 additional units as follows:

Research Courses (9 units)

•EDU 710: Introduction to Research for Educators

•EDU 716: Reading/Writing Educational Literature

•EDU 795: Master’s Thesis/Project Seminar

Elective Courses (3 units)

  1. Any 600 or 700 level ED, SEPS, or EDU course.

    If you are interested in this degree program, please contact Dr. Redmond to make an interview appointment or let Dr. Yoder know of your interest.


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