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Master of Education (M.Ed.) programs are available for current teachers who want in-depth study in a particular area of interest and are designed to meet individual professional needs.
Contact Information
Nimisha Patel, Ph.D.
347 Allyn Hall

Master of Education (M.Ed.)

Classroom Teacher (CT): Advanced Studies is a master of education (M.Ed.) degree program for the continuing education of current teachers who hold at least a provisional teaching license. This program offers a flexible option for highly motivated persons who are seeking advanced study with specific professional objectives, such as updating and expanding knowledge or skills in a specified area, and/or preparing for an additional teaching license of endorsement.

Semester Program of Study

Course #
Course Title
Credit Hours
Section I Required for Master's Degree
ED 7000Advanced Studies Seminar I: Introduction1
ED 7830Advanced Educational Psychology3
ED 7840Inquiry into Foundations of Education3
LDR 7300Research Design Methods3
ED 7990Advanced Studies Seminar II: Transition3
ED 8200Advanced Studies Seminar III: Capstone3
Concentration A series of courses in the identified area of concentration carefully selected with the guidance of the candidate's advisor to meet the specified professional objective(s). 18
Total Semester Hours34
Program information last modified Wednesday, 22nd August, 2012 @ 02:06pm