Secondary Education with a focus on Reflective Practice (MARP), M.A.
Summer/Fall Semesters: February 1 for best consideration
Spring Semester: September 1 for best consideration
Admissions Review is on-going.
Degree Program: Secondary Education
Degree: M.A. in Secondary Education, Licensed Teachers
Program Code: MA-SED
Department: Teacher Education, Educational Leadership & Policy
Program: Secondary Education
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To apply for admissions, you should:
1) Contact a faculty advisor in your content area to set up an appointment. Bring your undergraduate transcripts to the meeting and the faculty advisor will analyze your transcripts and plan your coursework with you.
2) Complete the Application Requirements online at www.unm.edu/apply
Note: All applications must be received by the application deadline date. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.
Please see the Specific Application Instructions under Forms and Resources for additional information.
The Master of Arts Degree with a major in Elementary or Secondary Education with a focus on Reflective Practice (MARP) is an alternative cohort to the traditional Master of Arts program. The cohort experience is taught by faculty who collaborate to promote an integrated program for a dynamic learning experience.
Reflective practice is the focus of this cohort. Teachers in this cohort narrate, document, analyze, and reflect on teaching and its connection to student learning. The K–12 classroom serves as the laboratory for learning about teaching. Preference will be given to PK-12 practitioners who are currently classroom teachers.
Typical Course Schedule
EDUC 568: The Art of Masterful Teaching (3)
EDUC 500: Research Applications to Education (3)
EDUC 516: Integrating Curriculum in the Classroom (1)
EDUC 513: Process of Reflection and Inquiry (3)
EDUC 516: Integrating Curriculum in the Classroom (4)
EDUC 502: Advanced Instructional Strategies (3)
EDUC 542: Principles of Curriculum Development (3)
EDUC 552: Social Justice in Education (3)
EDUC 520: Effective Teaching and Student Learning (3)
EDUC 516: Integrating Curriculum in the Classroom (3)
EDUC 590: Seminar (3)
Examination and Graduation
(#) = credit hours per course
32 total credit hours
UNM Graduate Student Benefits
- Access to all UNM Libraries including Zimmerman Library, and all online data bases
- Free admission to all UNM athletic events, if enrolled in 6 or more graduate hours
- Free access to all exercise and wellness facilities at Johnson Center
- Classes begin in the Fall Semester of each year and, generally, classes meet every Thursday in the late afternoon (after school hours) and summer.
- Students typically complete the Master’s Degree in 5 semesters.
- You have the opportunity to focus on your experience and skills as a teacher and learner.
- You will be participating in courses organized around themes and taught by a team of faculty.