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Master's Degree in Higher Education & Secondary Education

This degree is available for those seeking any of the following

  • Increased competence in teaching at the secondary level
  • Accreditation for teaching dual credit courses in high school programs
  • Credentials for teaching at the community college level
  • Mathematics, Science, English, History and Business

Core (12 semester hours)

  • CUIN 6321 Principles of Curriculum Development
      OR C&I 6322 Principles of Curriculum Organization
  • CUIN 6332 Education in a Multicultural Society
  • FEDU 6321 Foundations of Educational Research
      OR FEDU 6322 Foundations of Educational Measurement
  • FEDU 6331 Human Growth and Development
      OR FEDU 6333 Principles of Human Learning
      OR FEDU 6332 Adult Development

Plan:  (15-18 semester credit hours) 18 hours Selected by advisement from the teaching discipline of the student. These will be courses are outside the School of Education and Human Development. (Courses valid for dual credit teaching and community college instruction must be at the graduate level, 6300 or above.)

Additional Requirements

  • (6 – 9 semester credit hours)
  • 3 – 6 semester hours selected by advisement from courses in the School of Education and Human Development, AND CUIN 6305 Professional Research

 

 

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