M.Ed. in General Studies
The graduate program in General Studies is for candidates who have a strong interest in education or are pursuing a career in an education setting that does not require formal licensing or certification. The 36-credit program covers an array of education-related topics and situations and candidates participate in a capstone experience, rather than a practicum. Candidates receive a master’s degree only.
|ED 533G||Assistive Technologies for the Inclusive Classroom||2|
|ED 536G||Differentiated Instruction and Assessment||2|
|ED 547G||Understanding the English Language Learner: Cultural and Social Perspectives||2|
|ED 557G||The Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Student with Special Needs||2|
|ED 567G||Response to Intervention Model||2|
|ED 570G||Reflective Teaching: Processes for Deepening Professional Practice||4|
|ED 576G||Education Law & Policy||4|
|ED 577G||Urban & Multicultural Education||2|
|GRAD 503||Reading & Writing: A Literacy Perspective||2|
|GRAD 504||The Expository Writing Challenge||2|
|GRAD 509||Elementary Physical, Life & Earth Science||2|
|GRAD 515||Curriculum Content Using Community Resources||2|
|GRAD 590||Capstone Project||4|
Course work and program options are subject to change.