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The Masters of Education program in Curriculum Studies addresses the relationship between practice and theory in curriculum research, design, implementation, evaluation, and leadership. Those choosing to pursue a Masters of Education in Curriculum Studies will be encouraged to focus on aspects of praxis leading to expertise and leadership in that aspect. Please consult the Department of Curriculum Studies for more information.
Master of Education (M.Ed.)
The course-based M.Ed. is intended to be a terminal degree and may not prepare students for further studies in this area.
- Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.)
- one year’s school teaching experience
- if research involves human subjects
- if research involves animal subjects
- thesis-based: 21 credit units, including ECUR 994.0 (Students must maintain continuous registration in the 994 course.)
- project-based: 24 credit units, including (Students must maintain continuous registration in the 992 course.)
- course-based: 30 credit units, including
- core courses include:
- ECUR 994.0
- ECUR 996.0 as appropriate
- no residency requirement