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As a student of Mississippi College’s Master’s in Education, you will be able to emphasize current research and theory as they relate to methodology used in elementary schools. You will also learn how advancements in technology have been able to improve elementary instruction. Students will also engage in a study of transformational leadership, the purpose of which is to create within the organization the internal capacity to achieve significant improvement in elementary education.
This 30-semester-hour course curriculum includes Curriculum Development, Current Methodology in Elementary Education, Teaching Elementary and Junior High Mathematics, Teaching Skills of Reading and Comprehension, Social Studies Education in the Elementary School, and more.
As a student enrolled in our Education Specialist Degree Program in Elementary Education, course curriculum includes Personnel Management, Leadership Dilemmas, Legal Structures and Legal Issues, Technology Trends in Curriculum and Instruction, Central Office Roles and Responsibilities, and more.
If you’re a working adult with multiple responsibilities, Mississippi College can help make education more accessible for you. We understand that children, jobs, school activities and more can become overwhelming. That is why our Elementary Education program offers classes in the evenings to accommodate busy schedules.
If you are searching for colleges in Mississippi or an elementary education degree, contact Mississippi College today and speak with an admissions representative who is ready to answer your questions.
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For our students interested in pursuing elementary education careers, Mississippi College is your career partner. Whether you want to explore your job options or find out the average elementary education degree salary, we have the answers to your questions.
Elementary education degree careers allow you to work in public or private K-8 school settings. Graduates on paths to elementary education jobs have the opportunity to support student learning experiences through:
Graduates of our elementary education program can take on roles in school settings in a variety of capacities, including:
The current elementary education job outlook indicates an average elementary education salary of $53,090.
For more about elementary education career information, visit our Career Services department.
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