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  • Course Descriptions | Tougaloo College
    Semester Hours ECD EDE 252 Educational Seminar Issues Research and Trend in Behavior Management This course is designed to develop students ability to analyze behavior deciding what to change collecting information on the behaviors of concern using schedules of reinforcement and monitoring progress This course will provide students with both a technical and functional understanding of applied behavior analysis In addition students will learn the rudiments of researching submitting article abstracts and apply knowledge in writing using the American Psychological Association Writing Manual Observation will be required for this course A practicum is required Prerequisite EDE 101 Credit 3 Semester Hours ECD EDE 253 Practicum in the Child Care Profession This practicum is designed to provide experience in observing and recording child behavior in formal child care settings The design of the physical environment as a key instrument to enhance cognitive physical and affective development will be stressed Prerequisite Sophomore standing minimally Credit 6 Semester Hours ECD 300 Infant and Toddler Development This course focuses on the acquisition of knowledge of age appropriate culturally appropriate and individually appropriate expectations in the care of infant and toddlers in group settings Practice is given in infant and toddler care giving Prerequisite Junior status or completion of lower level coursework Credit 3 Semester Hours EDR 300 Early Literacy Instruction This preliminary course in early literacy instruction focuses on the teaching of concepts and acquisition of literacy in the early elementary years This will include concepts materials and teaching strategies for oral language development and systematic early reading and writing instruction specific to concepts about print phonemic awareness and phonics A practicum is required Credit 3 Semester Hours ECD 301 Integrated Curriculum in the Preschool Classroom Music Art and Language Arts This course will emphasize the importance of connecting content in a program with developmentally appropriate practices The science of integrating curriculum kinesiology and pre literacy skills in child development centers to include music art language arts social studies mathematics and science will be explored Prerequisite Completion of lower level courses ECD EDE 210 and ECD EDE 220 Credit 3 Semester Hours EDR 301 Early Literacy Instruction II This advance course in early literacy development and reading instruction directly focuses on the principles of emergent literacy and various factors associated with emergent reading development and assessment techniques Special attention is given to the teaching of concepts materials and teaching strategies for oral language development and early systematic reading and writing instruction specific to vocabulary fluency and comprehension A Practicum is required Prerequisite EDR 300 Credit 3 Semester Hours EDU 312 Reading Instruction K 12 The Course is designed to focus on studying the developmental and remedial reading processes The topics will include approaches for diagnosis teaching preparation selection evaluation utilization of instructional materials and equipment in different environments Language development listening speaking and writing across the curriculum will also be studied The use of technology in the content area will also be examined Practicum is required Credit 3 Semester Hours EDU 313 An Integrative Approach to Literature Language and Communicative Arts K 12 A comprehensive view of modern practices and trends in teaching language development skills with examination of methods and materials used in the speaking listening reading and writing experiences of children both at the pre school and elementary levels Emphasis will be placed on interactions among language intellectual and social development A Practicum is required Prerequisite EDU 312 Credit 3 Semester Hours EDU 314 Social Science for Children This course begin with a concise description of the goals of social studies instruction the social sciences content base for the social studies and special areas of curriculum concern such as multi cultural awareness for the importance of the development of a viable system of values as well as skills will be emphasized Methodology in lesson planning and implementation strategies as well as evaluation techniques will be covered The use of technology in the content area will be examined Practicum is required Prerequisite EDU 313 Credit 3 Semester Hours EDU 315 Science for Children This course focuses on the role of science instruction in kindergarten through elementary grades The course begins with the goals of science instruction the content base for science instruction and special area of curriculum concern Emphasis will be placed on the methodology used for contemporary science program theoretical foundations instructional techniques planning implementation of instruction and evaluation materials The use of technology in the content area will be examined Practicum is required Credit 3 Semester Hours EDU 316 Mathematics for Children This course provides essential mathematics methodology for grades K 8 The behavioral characteristics of children in regard to mathematics as well as the theoretical basis for curriculum scope and sequence are also emphasized Lesson plan development diagnostic individualized instruction and the instruction and use of teacher made tests and commercial materials will be stressed The development of measures and teaching special children mathematics are other topics to be focused on The use of technology in the content area will also be examined Practicum is required Prerequisite Nine 9 hours of Math Credit 3 Semester Hours EDU 331 Human Development and Learning This course will provide students with a deeper understanding of the human experience from conception to death and the variety of factors that directly or indirectly mold their life course This course will also orient students to the latest research methods and theories utilized in the study of human development This course appeals to students with educational goals ranging from Psychology to Nursing and Education Credit 3 Semester Hours EDU 333 Introduction to Learning Disabilities This course is an introduction to the field of learning disabilities The study of the historical development characteristic diagnosis instructional practices laws and classroom management are examined Prerequisite SPED EDU 317 Credit 3 Semester Hours EDU 335 Methods Materials Education Technology in the Classroom This course is designed to focus on methods research and materials for using and assessing various forms of media technology and audiovisual techniques for using all types of equipment This course will engage students in the techniques for using all types of equipment research in the field that reinforces the need for effective use of technology in the classroom and the methods used in planning technology instruction in the classroom Additionally students will practice and demonstrate the use of various media methods in conjunction with other method courses and field experiences Students will be expected to demonstrate proficiency on competencies related to the use of technology Prerequisite EDU 312 and EDU 313 Credit 3 Semester Hours EDU 336 Tests Measurement Evaluation This course is designed to acquaint students with the use of tests as instruments of measurement for cognitive and diagnostic purposes educational research development from the historical to the present studies in the field methods of educational research for quantitative studies and knowledge of simple qualitative measures The use of technology in testing and measurement will also be explored Credit 3 Semester Hours ELA 350 Research and Practices in Language Arts This course focuses on the foundation of Language Arts as an integral means to teach various content strategies and skills History theory and research related to language arts and an analysis of current trends issues and practices will be explored Credit 3 Semester Hours ELA 351 Methods of Teaching Language Arts This course is designed to focus on methods of teaching language arts literature and composition and to acquaint perspective educators with the components of language arts Particular emphasis will be placed on analyzing the standards of learning for the discipline and the planning developing and implantation of units of study to include the media and technology classroom management for the State of Mississippi Language Arts Curriculum Framework Prerequisite ELA 350 Credit 3 Semester Hours ECD 400 Organization and Administration of the Child Development Program The course is designed to focus on the skills necessary to organize and administer child development programs effectively Inherent in this concept is planning implementing and evaluating the total program Completion of a program manual and development of an assessment instrument are required Prerequisite Senior status or departmental approval Credit 6 Semester Hours ECD 401 Research in Early Childhood Development Program This course will be based on the premise that child development knowledge transfers into practical implications for working with the whole child physically cognitively and effectively This course will acquaint students with the elements of research related research frameworks and practices in studying early childhood development Prerequisite Senior status or departmental approval Credit 3 Semester Hours EDU 420 Diagnostic Prescriptive Reading Practices This course focuses on diagnostic and prescriptive aspects of teaching reading in formal and informal settings and includes the construction selection administration and interpretation of various instruments used in the teaching and evaluation of students in reading the writing of diagnostic prescriptive reports and plans Approaches to remediation methods and techniques for individual and group instruction are all inclusive Prerequisite EDU 312 and EDU 313 Credit 3 Semester Hours EDU 421 Curriculum and Research This course will acquaint the student with the process of teaching It will include the methods of instruction and materials used It will examine the teacher s effect on content effect of instruction on methodology Case studies on motivation discipline behavioral objectives planning for instruction providing for individual differences and implementation strategies as well as research practices and evaluation techniques will be covered The use of technology in the content areas will also be examined Students will also be expected to demonstrate mastery of the sixteen competencies measured by the INTAC Interstate New Teacher Assessment Consortium Credit 3 Semester Hours EDU 423 ECD 413 Field Experience An internship designed to give students a full time six to nine week experience that will occur in a community agency or school setting off campus This course will give the student first hand experience in a work environment it is accompanied by a seminar and on the job assessments by the college supervisor Credit 6 9 Semester Hours EDU 424 Student Teaching in the Elementary School This course is designed to give the student first hand experience in teaching and classroom activities and includes an internship of fifteen weeks in a public school setting This course is the experience of the full teaching day under the supervision of a cooperating teacher and college supervisor It is a fifteen 15 week program Prerequisite Completion of all education courses and ALL parts of the PRAXIS I and PRAXIS II must be taken and passed prior to entering the field Students will be expected to demonstrate mastery of the competencies measured by the Interstate New Teachers Assessment Consortium Credit 15 Semester Hours EDU 436 Student Teaching in the Secondary School This course is designed to give the student first hand experience in teaching and classroom activities and includes an internship of fifteen weeks in a public school setting This course is the experience of the full teaching day under the supervision of a cooperating teacher and college supervisor Prerequisite Completion of all education courses and ALL parts of the PRAXIS I and PRAXIS II must be taken and passed prior to entering the field Students will be expected to demonstrate mastery of the competencies measured by the Interstate New Teachers Assessment Consortium Credit 15 Semester Hours Special Education SPED SPED EDU 217 Introduction to Exceptional Children This course is designed to acquaint the student with exceptionalities Emphasis will be placed on the educational programs problems and needs laws and the skills for assessment observation and recording the behavior of the special student Practicum is required Observation non major Practicum majors Prerequisite EDU 221 Credit 3 Semester Hours SPED EDU 333 Introduction to Learning Disabilities This course is an introduction the field of learning disabilities LD It provides insight into the characteristics etiology and definition In addition the course provides an objective look at theories curricula teaching approaches classroom management strategies and materials applicable to the learning disable A Practicum is required Prerequisite SPED EDU 317 or permission by the instructor Credit 3 Semester Hours SPED EDU 334 Introduction to Education of the Mentally Challenged An overview of the affective cognitive and psychomotor development of mental retardation and mildly moderately handicapped with emphasis on the classification laws characteristics and causes of exceptionally in children Instructional strategies planning and classroom management will be studied Observation and or Practicum is a required component Prerequisite EDU 333 Credit 3 Semester Hours SPED EDU 413 Methods and Materials for Teaching the Exceptional Child Learning disabilities is a dynamic and expanding field Learning disabled individuals are found across all ages socioeconomic levels races and their problems range from mild to severe This course seeks to provide a greater knowledge about the nature of learning disabilities and proven methods for enhancing academic and social success for the learning disabled person This course offers a comprehensive coverage of the field Through many theories and practices it presents a balanced approach to teaching learning disabled individuals A Practicum is required Prerequisite Senior status or permission of the department Credit 3 Semester Hours SPED PHE 413 Principles and Methods for Teaching Adapted Physical Education and Recreation for the Exceptional Child A study of the nature and techniques of serving exceptional children Focus will be placed on methods principles teaching and materials in development of motor learning for the exceptional child This course is required of all students seeking Teacher Certification Prerequisite EDU 217 Credit 3 Semester Hours SPED EDU 414 Education of the Mildly Moderately Handicapped Child Emphasis is placed on curriculum construction and program development involving specific objectives and research in teach and evaluating the educable trainable and mildly moderately disabled person Some focus is placed on the severely handicapped as well Current practices and field experiences are an integral component of this course A Practicum is required Prerequisite Senior status or permission of the Department Credit 3 Semester Hours Health Physical Education PHE Health and Recreation PHR PHE 104 Comprehensive Health An overview of healthful living through the development of values decision making processes goal assessment strategies and scientific questioning Will satisfy general education requirements for non majors Offered each semester Credit 3 Semester Hours PHE 111 Basketball This course will provide basic fundamentals and skills of basketball including the history and rules safety strategies and physical conditioning Team strategy will be developed in the offensive and defensive area Will satisfy general education requirements for non majors Credit 1 Semester Hour PHE 112 Jogging This course will provide study and practice of jogging and its effects on the body systems Emphases are on the components of physical fitness Will satisfy general education requirements for non majors Credit 1 Semester Hour PHE 121 Beginners Bowling This course will provide the examination and application of fundamental skills of bowling Students will demonstrate knowledge of the history of bowling scoring and bowling etiquette Will satisfy general education requirements for non majors Credit 1 Semester Hour PHE 122 Bowling This course will provide emphases on the fundamental skills at an advance level including the use of different methods of releasing the ball Will satisfy general education requirements for non majors Prerequisite PHE 121 Credit 1 Semester Hour PHE 131 Beginners Tennis This course will provide techniques of strokes footwork grip rules of the game etiquette and other elementary game fundamentals Will satisfy general education requirements for non majors Credit 1 Semester Hour PHE 132 Advanced Tennis This course will provide advanced work on strokes basic fundamentals and tennis strategies used in single or double play An emphasis is placed on strategy Will satisfy general education requirements for non majors Prerequisite PHE 131 Credit 1 Semester Hour PHE 141 Beginners Golf This course will provide study and practice of the basic fundamentals of golf Will satisfy general education requirements for nonmajors Credit 1 Semester Hour PHE 142 Advanced Golf This course will provide advanced skills and techniques of golf at an intermediate level Emphases will be placed on skill development of an entire game including specialty shots and procedures Will satisfy general education requirements for non majors Prerequisite PHE 141 Credit 1 Semester Hour PHE 151 Softball Fast Pitch Slow Pitch This course will provide basic fundamental skills of slow and fast pitch softball including terminology score keeping safety field playing areas and entry are game strategies Will satisfy general education requirements for non majors Credit 1 Semester Hour PHE 152 Badminton This course will provide instruction on racket grips strokes footwork and tactics needed to play badminton Will satisfy general education requirements for non majors Credit 1 Semester Hour PHE 161 Low Impact Step Aerobics This course will provide implementation of step aerobics placing emphases on work levels target heart rate and stretching conditioning Will satisfy general education requirements for non majors Credit 1 Semester Hour PHE 162 High Impact Step Aerobics This course will provide principles of aerobics conditioning designed to permit heart lung endurance through step aerobics set up through an up tempo movement pattern Will satisfy general education requirements for non majors Credit 1 Semester Hour PHE 171 Volleyball This course will provide the application of fundamental skills rules and strategies of play scoring procedures safety measures and the incorporation of team competition Treatment of offensive and defensive patterns will be stressed Credit 1 Semester Hour PHE 172 Fitness Walking This course will provide the knowledge skills and walking techniques necessary for participation in lifetime activities which improve the functioning of the heart and lungs Will satisfy general education requirements for non majors Credit 1 Semester Hour PHE 182 Folk Square and Social Dance This course will provide experiences in basic dance skills fundamental steps and typical sequence patterns found most frequently in dances of this nature Will satisfy general education requirements for non majors Credit 1 Semester Hour PHE PHR 211 Introduction to Health Physical Education and Recreation An introduction to basic study of the foundations of health physical education and recreation It includes the various aspects of the programs as a profession Credit 3 Semester Hours PHE PHR

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  • Faculty and Staff | Tougaloo College
    Outreach Delta Health Partners Farm Aid Fitness Center Jackson Hinds Comprehensive Health Center Y O U C A N Institute Speak to Tougaloo Admissions Apply Apply Online Admission Requirements International Admissions Request Information Office of the Bursar Payment Information Tuition and Cost Explanation of Fees Financial Policies Refund Policies Parents Recruiters Visit the Campus Financial Aid Rights and Responsibilities Apply for Financial Aid Documents and Forms Eligibility Estimated Costs Loans Grants Scholarships Work Study Refund Policy Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Terms and Conditions Financial Aid Sources Frequently Asked Questions Housing National Rankings 2014 Office of the Registrar Academic Standards Procedures Academic Standing Transfer of Credit Transcript Request Pre Registration Registration Schedule Changes Tougaloo College Transfer Day Alumni Message from the Director Alumni Showcase Alumni Milestones Alumni Forms Give Today Restoring the Nest Library Athletics Bulldogs Athletics Home Page FaceBook Twitter Become a Bulldog Photo Gallery Staff Directory Student Life Career Services Annual Graduate and Professional School Fair Services Provided Internships and Research Job Opportunities Career Exploration Resources Career Fair Career Services Survey Counseling Services Services Provided Project Stop Now Food Services Public Safety Chief s Message Jeanne Clery Act Crime Log Fire Log Emergency Procedures Crime Prevention Traffic Rules and Regulations Photo galleries Religious Life Residential Life Residence Halls Residence Hall Key Replacement Policy Student Activities Clubs and Organizations Greek Life Student Government Association Tougaloo King and Queen Tougaloo College Cheer Squad Student Complaint Form Student Handbook Students Achievement Profile Title IX Student Dress Code Policy Tougaloo College Eaglet Creed You are here Academics Academic Divisions Division of Education Faculty and Staff Pamela Russ Ph D Dean of the Division of Education 601 977 7757 pruss tougaloo edu Norma J Williams M S Chair of the Department of Health Physical Education and Recreation 601 977 7810 nwilliams tougaloo edu

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  • Professional Development Workshops | Tougaloo College
    Policy Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Terms and Conditions Financial Aid Sources Frequently Asked Questions Housing National Rankings 2014 Office of the Registrar Academic Standards Procedures Academic Standing Transfer of Credit Transcript Request Pre Registration Registration Schedule Changes Tougaloo College Transfer Day Alumni Message from the Director Alumni Showcase Alumni Milestones Alumni Forms Give Today Restoring the Nest Library Athletics Bulldogs Athletics Home Page FaceBook Twitter Become a Bulldog Photo Gallery Staff Directory Student Life Career Services Annual Graduate and Professional School Fair Services Provided Internships and Research Job Opportunities Career Exploration Resources Career Fair Career Services Survey Counseling Services Services Provided Project Stop Now Food Services Public Safety Chief s Message Jeanne Clery Act Crime Log Fire Log Emergency Procedures Crime Prevention Traffic Rules and Regulations Photo galleries Religious Life Residential Life Residence Halls Residence Hall Key Replacement Policy Student Activities Clubs and Organizations Greek Life Student Government Association Tougaloo King and Queen Tougaloo College Cheer Squad Student Complaint Form Student Handbook Students Achievement Profile Title IX Student Dress Code Policy Tougaloo College Eaglet Creed You are here Academics Academic Divisions Division of Education Professional Development Workshops The Division of Education Supervision and Instruction offers professional development workshops for students faculty teachers administrators and the community at large Applied Writing for the Classroom Teacher A workshop designed for prospective and in service teachers addresses skills needed for effective writing and the ways these skills are developed emphasis on essay structure and development conventional usage and principles of essay evaluation Special Education Strategies for the Classroom Teacher Teaching the mainstreamed special education student in the general classroom Individualized diagnostic and prescriptive teaching counseling legal aspects and instructional principles and practices Language and Social Cultural Issues in School This workshop focuses on the importance of the social and cultural origins of

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  • Links and Resources | Tougaloo College
    Academic Affairs Facilities Management Vice President s Message Services Offered Building Tougaloo Finance and Administration Information Technology Institutional Advancement Advancement Services Development External Relations Office of Sponsored Programs and Research Institutional Research Assessment and Planning Owens Health and Wellness Active Life Program Central Mississippi Area Health Education Center Community Outreach Delta Health Partners Farm Aid Fitness Center Jackson Hinds Comprehensive Health Center Y O U C A N Institute Speak to Tougaloo Admissions Apply Apply Online Admission Requirements International Admissions Request Information Office of the Bursar Payment Information Tuition and Cost Explanation of Fees Financial Policies Refund Policies Parents Recruiters Visit the Campus Financial Aid Rights and Responsibilities Apply for Financial Aid Documents and Forms Eligibility Estimated Costs Loans Grants Scholarships Work Study Refund Policy Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Terms and Conditions Financial Aid Sources Frequently Asked Questions Housing National Rankings 2014 Office of the Registrar Academic Standards Procedures Academic Standing Transfer of Credit Transcript Request Pre Registration Registration Schedule Changes Tougaloo College Transfer Day Alumni Message from the Director Alumni Showcase Alumni Milestones Alumni Forms Give Today Restoring the Nest Library Athletics Bulldogs Athletics Home Page FaceBook Twitter Become a Bulldog Photo Gallery Staff Directory Student Life Career Services Annual Graduate and Professional School Fair Services Provided Internships and Research Job Opportunities Career Exploration Resources Career Fair Career Services Survey Counseling Services Services Provided Project Stop Now Food Services Public Safety Chief s Message Jeanne Clery Act Crime Log Fire Log Emergency Procedures Crime Prevention Traffic Rules and Regulations Photo galleries Religious Life Residential Life Residence Halls Residence Hall Key Replacement Policy Student Activities Clubs and Organizations Greek Life Student Government Association Tougaloo King and Queen Tougaloo College Cheer Squad Student Complaint Form Student Handbook Students Achievement Profile Title IX Student Dress Code Policy Tougaloo College Eaglet Creed

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  • Master of Arts in Child Development | Tougaloo College
    the courses are relevant to the master s program of study Each individual case will be reviewed Application for admission to a specific semester must be received by the deadlines listed below Fall Deadline June 1 Spring Deadline October 1 Summer Deadline April 1 The following pre requisites should be met prior to admittance A minimum grade point average of 3 0 in the last 60 semester hours completed in undergraduate graduate courses A minimum of 12 quarter units or eightsemester units in upper division early childhood education and or child development courses A course in introductory statistics an upper division course is strongly recommended Application Procedure All information and forms must be received by the Office of the Registrar and the Division of Education by the appropriate deadline to be guaranteed consideration for current academic year admission It is the candidate s responsibility to be sure all information is received All applicants whose files are complete by the appropriate deadline will be reviewed and considered for unconditional admission status All applicants will be notified by letter as to their acceptance or non acceptance into the program Late applicants may be considered if there are openings Limited financial aid resources are available to our graduate students Student loans available through the Guaranteed Student Loan GSL program and may be awarded if you are accepted into the program Interested applicants are encouraged to contact the campus Financial Aid Office at 601 977 6164 early i e before March for information about these loans and other aid possibilities i e grants and scholarships Official Transcripts Send one official copy of transcripts from each college and university you have attended to the Office of the Registrar TOUGALOO COLLEGE Office of the Registrar Blackmon Building Room 108 500 West County Line Road Tougaloo Mississippi 39174 9799 601 977 4459 Office 601 977 4501 Fax Graduate Application Send the following materials to Graduate Administration Assistant Division of Education Supervision Instruction Tougaloo College 500 West County Line Road Tougaloo MS 39174 9799 Complete College Application for Graduate Admission at https www tougaloo edu admissions apply There is a nonrefundable fee of 50 00 International candidates 65 00 made payable to Tougaloo College Fees should be remitted by cashier s check or money order payable to Tougaloo College This fee is nonrefundable regardless of the admission decision Former candidates must also submit the application however they are not required to submit the application fee Personal Statement Written personal statement that includes relevant experience that has prepared you for work in early childhood and or child development graduate studies 500 1 000 words A CV or professional resume Three 3 confidential letters of recommendation At least one letter should come from faculty instructor who knows the quality of your academic work and can make relevant comments on your likely success in a graduate program Letters must be sent directly from the recommender or received in a sealed envelope with the recommender s signature over the seal Requirements for

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  • Master of Arts in Teaching | Tougaloo College
    meet the following requirements Elementary Education grades 4 6 program requires a bachelor s degree with completion of at least 12 credits each in English mathematics science and social science with six credits in fine arts or Secondary Education grades 7 12 program requires a bachelor s degree with 30 credits in a single discipline content area e g Biology Chemistry English History Mathematics Physics Minimum grade point of average of 3 0 on a 4 0 scale Passing scores on PRAXIS Core and Specialty Area exams Application Procedure All information and forms must be received by the Office of the Registrar and the Division of Education by the appropriate deadline to be guaranteed consideration for upcoming academic year admission It is the candidate s responsibility to be sure all information is received All applicants whose files are completed by the appropriate deadline will be reviewed and considered for unconditional admission status All applicants will be notified by letter as to their acceptance or non acceptance into the program Late applicants may be considered if there are openings Limited financial aid resources are available to our graduate students Student loans available through the Guaranteed Student Loan GSL program and may be awarded if you are accepted into the program Interested applicants are encouraged to contact the campus Financial Aid Office at 601 977 6164 early i e before March for information about these loans and other aid possibilities i e grants and scholarships Official Transcripts Send one official copy of transcripts from each college and university you have attended to the Office of the Registrar regardless of whether you received a degree TOUGALOO COLLEGE Office of the Registrar Blackmon Building Room 108 500 West County Line Road Tougaloo Mississippi 39174 9799 601 977 4459 Office 601 977 4501 Fax Graduate Application Send the following materials to MAT Program Division of Education Supervision Instruction Tougaloo College 500 West County Line Road Tougaloo MS 39174 9799 Complete College Application for Graduate Admission at https www tougaloo edu admissions apply There is a nonrefundable fee of 50 00 International candidates 65 00 made payable to Tougaloo College Fees should be remitted by cashier s check or money order payable to Tougaloo College This fee is nonrefundable regardless of the admission decision Former candidates must also submit the application however they are not required to submit the application fee Personal Statement Written personal statement that includes your motivation for becoming a teacher and how your current academic qualifications and work experiences have prepared you for a career in teaching applicant should elaborate on experiences working with children and or adolescents the importance of helping diverse students to be successful in school and the applicant s personal strengths including the ability to work collaboratively with others 1200 1500 words A CV or professional resume Three 3 confidential letters of recommendation At least one letter should come from faculty instructor who know the quality of your academic work and can make relevant comments on your likely

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  • Dean's Message | Tougaloo College
    Academic Progress Terms and Conditions Financial Aid Sources Frequently Asked Questions Housing National Rankings 2014 Office of the Registrar Academic Standards Procedures Academic Standing Transfer of Credit Transcript Request Pre Registration Registration Schedule Changes Tougaloo College Transfer Day Alumni Message from the Director Alumni Showcase Alumni Milestones Alumni Forms Give Today Restoring the Nest Library Athletics Bulldogs Athletics Home Page FaceBook Twitter Become a Bulldog Photo Gallery Staff Directory Student Life Career Services Annual Graduate and Professional School Fair Services Provided Internships and Research Job Opportunities Career Exploration Resources Career Fair Career Services Survey Counseling Services Services Provided Project Stop Now Food Services Public Safety Chief s Message Jeanne Clery Act Crime Log Fire Log Emergency Procedures Crime Prevention Traffic Rules and Regulations Photo galleries Religious Life Residential Life Residence Halls Residence Hall Key Replacement Policy Student Activities Clubs and Organizations Greek Life Student Government Association Tougaloo King and Queen Tougaloo College Cheer Squad Student Complaint Form Student Handbook Students Achievement Profile Title IX Student Dress Code Policy Tougaloo College Eaglet Creed You are here Academics Academic Divisions Division of Humanities Dean s Message On behalf of our faculty and student majors we welcome you to the Division of Humanities I invite you to explore this website and experience the excitement found within the Division s Mission Statement as well as the Mission Statements of each Department While providing courses and experiences for General Education major degree programs and cultural enrichment for the campus and community the Division of Humanities embodies the liberal arts concept of education All disciplines explore different ways of knowing thinking speaking perceiving and production Students explore works of the human imagination and intellect from around the world while exercising their own mind s creativity The Humanities Division has five departments that offer Bachelor of Arts

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  • Department of English | Tougaloo College
    Fitness Center Jackson Hinds Comprehensive Health Center Y O U C A N Institute Speak to Tougaloo Admissions Apply Apply Online Admission Requirements International Admissions Request Information Office of the Bursar Payment Information Tuition and Cost Explanation of Fees Financial Policies Refund Policies Parents Recruiters Visit the Campus Financial Aid Rights and Responsibilities Apply for Financial Aid Documents and Forms Eligibility Estimated Costs Loans Grants Scholarships Work Study Refund Policy Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Terms and Conditions Financial Aid Sources Frequently Asked Questions Housing National Rankings 2014 Office of the Registrar Academic Standards Procedures Academic Standing Transfer of Credit Transcript Request Pre Registration Registration Schedule Changes Tougaloo College Transfer Day Alumni Message from the Director Alumni Showcase Alumni Milestones Alumni Forms Give Today Restoring the Nest Library Athletics Bulldogs Athletics Home Page FaceBook Twitter Become a Bulldog Photo Gallery Staff Directory Student Life Career Services Annual Graduate and Professional School Fair Services Provided Internships and Research Job Opportunities Career Exploration Resources Career Fair Career Services Survey Counseling Services Services Provided Project Stop Now Food Services Public Safety Chief s Message Jeanne Clery Act Crime Log Fire Log Emergency Procedures Crime Prevention Traffic Rules and Regulations Photo galleries Religious Life Residential Life Residence Halls Residence Hall Key Replacement Policy Student Activities Clubs and Organizations Greek Life Student Government Association Tougaloo King and Queen Tougaloo College Cheer Squad Student Complaint Form Student Handbook Students Achievement Profile Title IX Student Dress Code Policy Tougaloo College Eaglet Creed You are here Academics Academic Divisions Division of Humanities Department of English Mission Statement The Department of English promotes knowledge about the nature of language and literature providing for a broad understanding of human communication Adhereing to the philosophy of writing across the curriculum the department is committed to including writing activities in all of

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