This program is designed to provide educators with advanced skills in curriculum design and instructional practice to effectively teach diverse students, and create and assess a variety of learning contexts. Candidates will study and implement various approaches to teaching and learning, including technology-supported instruction. The successful candidate will receive a Master of Education degree.
Graduate students must complete their program within six (6) years of matriculation.
All required courses must be passed with a “B” (3.0) or better to be counted in the degree. If a student earns a “B-” (2.7) or below in a course, the course must be retaken. NO OTHER courses may be taken (even concurrently) until the grade has been raised to the minimum “B.” Failure to raise the grade in two (2) subsequent attempts will result in the student being dropped from the program. Students dropped from the program may apply for readmission after a period of five (5) years has passed.
Graduate students must earn a 3.0 GPA each semester. If the overall GPA falls below 3.0, the student will be placed on probation for one (1) semester. At the end of the probationary semester, if the GPA is not at or above 3.0, the student will be dropped from the program.
Curriculum and Instruction Curriculum (33 Credits)
Please note that some students may ultimately earn more credits than listed above for the master’s degree. If the capstone cannot be completed within one (1) semester, students must be enrolled continuously in EDUC 6931 - Capstone Master of Education Seminar until completion.