Master of Science and Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction

Psychological Foundations Courses in Educational Psychology
Select one of the following:4
Psyc of Learning in Education
Child Language and Education
Sociocultural Infl on Learning
Adjustment in School Settings
Personality and Soc Dev
Psyc of Classroom Management
Adult Learning and Development
Learning & Hum Dev w/ EdTech
Early Adolescent Development
Developments in Educ Psyc
OR EPSY 485 for 2 hours plus 2 hours of a previously named EPSY course
Philosophical and Social Foundations Courses in Education Policy, Organization and Leadership
Select one of the following:4
Poli & Cultural Context of Ed
History of American Education
History of Educational Ideas
Asian American Education
European Education to 1600
European Education since 1600
Historical & Social Barriers
Philosophy of Education
School and Society
Critical Thinking for Teachers
Aesthetic Education
Technology & Educational Reform
Sociology of Education
Racial and Ethnic Families
Politics of Education
Economics of Education
Comparative Education
Elective Hours:24
400/500-Level Hours Required: 12 hours (Independent Study included)
500-Level Hours Required in Education: 12 hours
Research/Project/Independent Study Hours (min/max applied toward degree):0-8
CI 599Thesis Research (min/max applied toward degree)2-8
Total Hours32

Other Requirements1

Minimum GPA3.0
Human Subjects Approval
1

For additional details and requirements refer to the department's Web site, the College of Education Graduate Programs Handbook, and the Graduate College Handbook.