Middle School Education

Dr. Laurie Kingsley, Director of Teacher Education
Department of Learning, Teaching and Curriculum
202 Townsend Hall

Professional education coursework is delivered by four departments within the College of Education, namely, Learning, Teaching and Curriculum; Special Education; Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis; and Educational, School and Counseling Psychology.

Professor E. A. Baker**, K. B. Chval**, S. Empson**, P. J. Friedrichsen**, J. Lannin**, J. E. Tarr**
Emeritus Professor L. H. Barrow*, J. Baumann*, R. F. Fox**, N. Knipping*, S. Palonsky*, B. B Reys*, R. E. Reys*, R. D. Robinson*
Associate Professor Z. de Araujo**, T. Castro**, B. Hermann**, L. King**, C. Kuby**, A. Lannin**, S. Otten**, R. Pinnow**, M. Siegel**, K. Unrath**, C. Webel*,
Associate Professor Emeritus L. Bennett**, C. Gilles**, M. Volkmann*
Assistant Professor M. Metz, C. Munter, A. Woodson, L. Zangori**, A. Zapata**
Emeritus Research Professor D. A. Grouws
Associate Teaching Professor N. Ashcraft*, L. Kingsley*, L. Neier*, J. Ostrow*
Assistant Teaching Professor L. Arend, R. Metro, V. Spain

The requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Education are specified in three areas: University general education, professional education and a teaching major. All students preparing to be teachers in early childhood, elementary, special education, middle or secondary schools, regardless of the major field, are required to complete the University general education program. Students transferring from other institutions are required to fulfill the equivalencies of these courses.

The Middle School Education Program at the University of Missouri includes degree programs that focus on preparing graduates to teach in grades 5-9. The College of Education does not currently offer a graduate degree specifically in Middle School Education.  However, we do offer Masters (M.Ed.) and doctorates (Ph.D) in the following areas.

  • Math
  • English/Language Arts
  • Science
  • Social Studies
  • Art
  • Music

We also offer a graduate degree in "Reading/Literacy Education" at the M.Ed., Ed.S., Ed.D, and Ph.D. levels.

You can find out more about the programs by going to http://education.missouri.edu/academics/graduate_studies/index.php.

Courses on Middle School Education can be found within the subject area of Learning, Teaching and Curriculum (LTC).