This general Master of Education degree is designed to increase students' understanding of the dynamics of teaching and learning, create supportive learning environments, and refine instructional skills and knowledge in education.
Students complete 30 graduate credits.
Course Requirements -
All courses three credits
EDG 540 - Philosophical Foundations
EDG 521 - Sociocultural Foundations
EDG 507 - Curriculum Design
EDG 501 - Educational Research
EDG 560 - Assessment, Equity, and Education
EDG 506 - Teacher Action Research: Proposal and Implementation
EDG 535 - Teaching and Learning for Equity: Analysis and Reflection
EDG 546 - English Language Learners in Inclusive Classrooms
Eligibility for financial aid requires six credits per semester in the M.Ed. Program.
An online portfolio is required and will be developed over the course of the program.
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