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Graduate Courses for Licensed Educators

Rich Christen TeachingThe School of Education at the University of Portland offers year-round course offerings for licensed teachers and administrators. Educators may enroll in up to three courses as a non-matriculated graduate student before deciding on a particular program of study (endorsement, certificate, license, degree). Graduate studies at the University of Portland offer several advantages:

• Some of the lowest tuition rates in the metropolitan area.
• Dedicated full-time faculty and seasoned P-12 educators.
• Multiple program and degree options.
• A small student-to-faculty ratio.
• A reputation for excellence and long-standing tradition.
• An alumni network of teachers and school leaders over 7,500 strong.

Getting Started:
For more information about beginning your graduate coursework, please contact Anne Rasmussen, graduate program specialist, at 503.943.8257 or rasmusse@up.edu.


Courses Currently Offered

Spring Semester (January 15 - May 3, 2018)

ED 502 Policies and Practices for Diverse Learners (ESOL and SPED) 3 credits
MW 2::40-4:00 p.m.

ED 504 School, Parent, and Community Relations (ESOL and SPED) 3 credits
R 4:10-6:55 p.m.

ED 505 Behavior Support: Consultative and Collaboration (ESOL) 3 credits
T 4:10-6:55 p.m.

ED 514 Children's and Adolescent Literature and Library (READING) 3 credits
T 7:10-9:55 p.m.

ED 546 Policy, Ethics, and the Law (Pre-AL) 3 credits
W 7:10-9:55 p.m.

ED 548 Supervision for Instructional Improvement (Pre-AL) 3 credits
W 4:10-6:55 p.m.

ED 551 Social and Cultural Foundations (MED/MA Core) 3 credits
M 4:10-6:55 p.m.

ED 553 Leadership for Instructional Improvement (Pro-AL) 3 credits
W 7:10-9:55 p.m.
*Only open to students holding Initial Administrator License.

ED 555 Teacher as Researcher (MED/MA Core) 3 credits
M 4:10-6:55 p.m.

ED 581 Reading, Language, and Cultural Diversity in Schools (ESOL and Reading) 3 credits
T 4:10-6:55 p.m.

ED 588 Neuroeducation: A Cultural-Linguistic Translation (NEURO) 3 credits
W 7:10-9:55 p.m.

Summer Semester (May 15 - August 3, 2018)

Summer Session #1 (May 15 - June 22, 2018)

ED 547 Resource Allocation, Finance, and Management (Pre-AL) 3 credits
W 4:10-9:55 p.m.

Summer Session #2 (June 22 - August 3, 2018)

ED 503 Language and Communication: Support and Strategies (SPED) 3 credits
MW 12:40-4:10 p.m.

ED 504 School, Parent, and Community Relations (ESOL and SPED) 3 credits
MW 4:20-7:50 p.m.

ED 507 Dual Language Education (ESOL) 3 credits
MW 12:40-4:10 p.m.

ED 509 Methods and Materials for Teaching ESOL (ESOL) 3 credits
TR 12:40-4:10 p.m.

ED 510 Linguistics (ESOL) 3 credits
MW 12:40-4:10 p.m.

ED 551 Social and Cultural Foundations (MED/MA Core) 3 credits
MW 12:40-4:10 p.m.

ED 554 Leadership for Effective Data Driven Decision Making (Pro-AL) 3 credits
MW 4:20-7:50 p.m.
*Only open to students holding Initial Administrator License.

ED 558 Educational Research for Improved Student Learning (MED/MA Core) 3 credits
MTWR 9:00-10:40 a.m.

ED 580 Elements of Reading P-12 (Reading) 3 credits
MW 12:40-4:10 p.m.

ED 581 Reading, Language, and Cultural Diversity in Schools (ESOL and Reading) 3 credits
TR 12:40-4:10 p.m.

ED 582 Content Area Literacy (READING) 3 credits
TR 12:40-4:10 p.m.

ED 583 Diagnosis and Instruction of Learning Problems Related to Reading and Language Differences P-12 (Reading) 3 credits
MTWR 10:50 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

ED 593 Reading & Topics in Neuroeducation and Education (NEURO) 3 credits
MW 4:20-7:50 p.m.
 

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