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Teacher Education and Professional Development

Teacher Education and Professional Development

Motto: Educators Transform the Future

Mission

The mission of the Morgan State University Department of Teacher Education and Professional Development is to prepare competent, reflective, and highly effective professionals, whose pedagogies are grounded within social justice agendas, to serve with distinction in the fields of teaching and administration/supervision.

To accomplish the aforementioned, the education unit offers a comprehensive program of studies at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Specifically, the educational unit's preparation of undergraduate and graduate candidates relies on instruction, mentoring, applied research, and collaborative pursuit with school-based communities and university partnerships.

TEPD Programs

Elementary Education (BS)
The Elementary Education Program has primary responsibility for the preparation of teachers and other professional educators. Its central purpose is to prepare professionals at the undergraduate level and is supported by the strong liberal arts tradition and philosophy at Morgan State University.

Physical Education (BS)
The Physical Education Program has primary responsibility for the preparation of physical educators and practitioners in the field. Its central purpose is to prepare professionals at the undergraduate level and is supported by the strong liberal arts tradition and philosophy at Morgan State University. Within the Physical Education major, there are academic tracks in the areas of Dance Education, Recreation and Parks, Sports Administration, and Teacher Education. Each track leads to a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education with specialties in the respective areas.

Dual Degree Masters of Arts in Teaching Program (MAT)

  • 5-year BS/ BA + MAT program
  •  Integrates both graduate work and undergraduate experience
  • Allows candidate to earn both a BS/BA and a MAT by completing 5 years of study

Education Administration and Supervision (MA)

The Physical Education Program has primary responsibility for the preparation of physical educators and practitioners in the field. Its central purpose is to prepare professionals at the undergraduate level and is supported by the strong liberal arts tradition and philosophy at Morgan State University. Within the Physical Education major, there are academic tracks in the areas of Dance Education, Recreation and Parks, Sports Administration and Teacher Education. Each track leads to a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education with specialties in the respective areas.

Special Announcement:

Student Teacher Fees for the following courses are $500:

ELED 487
ELED 488
EDUC 524

- Contact Program for further details.