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
Program information last modified Wednesday, 22nd August, 2012 @ 02:06pm
|Section I Required for Master's Degree|
|ED 7000||Advanced Studies Seminar I: Introduction||1|
|ED 7830||Advanced Educational Psychology||3|
|ED 7840||Inquiry into Foundations of Education||3|
|LDR 7300||Research Design Methods||3|
|ED 7990||Advanced Studies Seminar II: Transition||3|
|ED 8200||Advanced Studies Seminar III: Capstone||3|
||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).
|Total Semester Hours||34|