MSIL PROGRAM(Master of Science in Education, Initial Licensure)
The conceptual framework for the MSIL Program includes: a) knowledge, skills, and applications, b) reflective practice, and c) professional and ethical behavior. These underpinnings or conceptual framework are linked together by the faculty's commitment to diversity, technology, and assessment.
The program is designed for students who hold a bachelor's degree in a field other than education.
As soon as possible a student entering into any MSIL Program should have their transcript evaluated by Education Student Services. Typically, MSIL students are required to take undergraduate courses to satisfy State licensure requirements.
Mrs. Jenny Hahn is the licensure officer for the College of Education and Behavioral Sciences. Contact information-731-881-7203 or email@example.com.