Interdisciplinary Studies Master of Education
This degree program allows students to develop a comprehensive plan for advanced study in an area of education other than those specifically designed programs described elsewhere in this catalog. Programs of study in this option must include coursework from a minimum of two programs, selected in consultation with the student’s advisor. The Program of Study below is not applicable for educator licensure.
Students pursuing degrees in this program area will have an Advisory Committee that consists of faculty from at least two programs. The Advisory Committee will meet with the student and approve the Program of Study.
All students seeking a degree or post baccalaureate program through the Department of Educational Theory & Practice must obtain criminal background reports by submitting fingerprints to the Licensure Office upon application to Graduate Studies.
The following criteria are considered for program admission decisions for the Master of Education (M.Ed.):
- Undergraduate GPA of at least 3.0.
- Graduate GPA of at least 3.0
- GRE (Graduate Record Examination) total score of 290 (verbal + quantitative) and written score of 3.5.
Provisional admission may be considered for students who do not meet these criteria.
Note: Students in the Master of Education Interdisciplinary Studies program must meet minimum GRE scores of 145 verbal, 145 quantitative, and 3.5 writing.
Note: Only one “C” grade can be counted in coursework leading to a degree in the Master of Education Interdisciplinary Studies.
|EDF 501||Research Dsgn & Interpretation||3|
|EDF 530||Adv Human Dev & Learning||3|
|Programs of study will include coursework from at least two programs. Students should meet with a faculty member to determine specific requirements in their areas of interest.|
|Select one of the following options:||6|
|Directed Research Project|
|Critical Issues in Education|
and Critical Issues in Education
|Total Minimum Credits||36|