Elementary Education Master's Courses
Explore University of Bridgeport's Elementary Education Courses for Master's and Sixth-Year students. Courses include a 12-to-14 week teaching residency.
The Resident Teaching experience is a full 60 days of teaching in a school under the direction of a trained Cooperating Teacher. The arrangement for the placements is made through the School of Education and are also supervised by University staff.
- Nine credit hours in foundations of education coursework
- differentiated instruction
- educational psychology
- special education
- Twenty-four hours of professional education requirements
- content subject areas
- curriculum and methods of teaching
- statutory state requirements
- field experiences
- Sixty to seventy-day (twelve to fourteen-week) residency (student) teaching experience (six credit hours)
All students must complete the following undergraduate coursework to be eligible for entry into the Certification Track option:
- Math (College Algebra, Pre-Calculus or higher)
- Natural Science
- Social Science
- Fine Arts or World Language
- Lifespan Development
- U.S. History (survey course covering at least 50 years)
View all courses offered and read full course descriptions in our online course catalog system.