Towson University’s College of Graduate Studies and Research maintains detailed information about this program. Please visit the following pages at Towson’s website for more information:

Prospective Student Information Packet  || Join our Prospective Student Database

In addition, Towson University’s College of Education has a rich history of collaboration with Maryland's public school systems and state educational agencies. As an essential element of that collaboration, the Towson Learning Network (TLN) within the College of Education is meeting the ongoing educational needs of in-service teachers and local school systems. You can visit the following pages at Towson’s website for more information on TLN:

M.Ed. in Early Childhood Education Course Rotation Schedule,

Universities at Shady Grove

Academic Years 2017-2018 through 2020-2025

2017-2018

Semester

Course(s) Offered

FALL 2017

773

609

ELECTIVE

WINTER 2018

 

SPRING 2018

611

ELECTIVE

                                                                   2018-2019

Semester

Course(s) Offered

SUMMER 2018

607

FALL 2018

619

ELECTIVE

WINTER 2019

 

SPRING 2019

665

ELECTIVE

2019-2020

Semester

Course(s) Offered

SUMMER 2019

610

FALL 2019

773

609

ELECTIVE

WINTER 2020

 

SPRING 2020

611

ELECTIVE

2020-2021

Semester

Course(s) Offered

SUMMER 2020

607

FALL 2020

665

ELECTIVE

WINTER 2021

 

SPRING 2021

619

ELECTIVE

2021-2022

Semester

Course(s) Offered

SUMMER 2021

610

FALL 2021

609

773

ELECTIVE

WINTER 2022

 

SPRING 2022

661

ELECTIVE

                                                                   2022-2023

Semester

Course(s) Offered

SUMMER 2022

607

FALL 2022

665

ELECTIVE

WINTER 2023

 

SPRING 2023

619

ELECTIVE

2023-2024

Semester

Course(s) Offered

SUMMER 2023

610

FALL 2023

609

773

ELECTIVE

WINTER 2024

 

SPRING 2024

611

ELECTIVE

2024-2025

Semester

Course(s) Offered

SUMMER 2024

607

FALL 2024

665

ELECTIVE

WINTER 2025

 

SPRING 2025

619

ELECTIVE

 

NOTE: In Fall 2013, we began cohort-style admissions for USG. This was to address enrollment and to ensure that an M.Ed. candidate could complete a full program within a 2 to 2 ½ year cycle. Courses will be offered on a rotating schedule. Candidates who are admitted between cycles will need to come to campus to take courses that were missed, or will need to wait until the next cycle when the courses are offered again. This is also true for candidates who wish to accelerate their progress in the program.

NOTE # 2: Candidates who are seeking initial certification (M.Ed. Plus) may need to come to campus to take required/prerequisite courses, including any graduate level reading courses.