What educational degrees does the University of Maryland offer?


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The University of Maryland's College of Education offers seven undergraduate degrees in early childhood, elementary, middle-school and high-school education, plus a five-year Master of Science degree in secondary education for grades 7 to 12, as of 2015. In addition, the college offers master's and doctorate degrees in many fields.

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Undergraduate degrees include early childhood and early childhood special education for pre-kindergarten through third grade, elementary education for first to sixth grades, middle-school math and science education for fourth through ninth grades, and secondary education for seventh through 12th grades with a double major. The college also offers bachelor's degrees in world languages, art education, music education and physical education for pre-kindergarten through 12th grades and degrees in special education for elementary or middle school. Minor programs include human development, leadership studies, secondary education and secondary language.

Post-graduate programs include curriculum theory and development, educational policy, arts integration, English and literacy education and three mathematics education degrees. In addition, the college has post-graduate courses in music, reading, science, social studies and world languages.

The University of Maryland's College of Education offers doctorates in higher education, international education policy, student affairs, human development and three different psychology degrees in counseling, school and education. It offers master's degrees in some of these areas, as well as in special education and school counseling. The college offers both master's and doctorate degrees in measurement and statistics.

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