Students must complete 30 hours of graduate-level instruction.
|Course Number||Course Title||Credit Hours|
|EDUC 5254||Characteristics of Computer-Based Instruction||3|
|EDUC 8251||Teacher Development: The Reflective Teacher||3|
|EDUC 8252||Cultural Diversity and Learning Styles||3|
|EDUC 8289||Capstone Seminar Current Issues||3|
|EPSY 5529||Tests and Measurements||3|
|Total Credit Hours||30|
- Five elective courses taken within or outside the College of Education. The electives allow you to tailor the degree to your needs and interests. You can devise your own program of study or pick a concentration in such areas as Applied Behavior Analysis, Autism Endorsement, Instructional Technology, Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, and Urban Education.
- Students must maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 to remain in good standing in the program.
Credit for Graduate Study Prior to Admission
Students may begin taking courses at the start of any semester: January, May, or September. The formal application for admission to the graduate school should be submitted no later than the end of the second course. Students may take up to, but not more than, nine semester hours of graduate study in the program before being admitted to the program. The credits will transfer into the program, if the student is admitted. Students enrolling in certification courses before being admitted to the program are NOT guaranteed admission.
With the approval of an advisor, up to six credits, earned with a grade of "B" or better, may be transferred from another graduate program.