Full standing is granted to those applicants who have successfully completed an undergraduate degree and have adequate background in learning and development-related courses in Psychology, Anthropology, Education, and/or related disciplines (e.g., Social and/or Health Sciences). No thesis is required.
Note that students with no course in research methods prior to starting the M.Ed. will be required to take EPSE 481 (3) Introduction to Research in Education. This course does not count towards your program, and ideally this should be taken early in their program.
|HDLC Required Core Courses (9 credits)|
|EPSE 501 (3)||Seminar in Human Development, Learning, and Culture|
|EPSE 503 (3)||Cultural Perspectives on Learning, Development, and Media|
|EPSE 505 (3)||Foundations in Human Development: Infancy to Adulthood|
|HDLC Required Electives (9 credits)
* Choose three of the following courses:
|EPSE 502 (3)||Cognition, Language, and Literacy Processes in Education|
|EPSE 511 (3)||Special Topics in Human Development, Learning, and Culture|
|EPSE 584 (3)||Motivation in Education|
|EPSE 585 (3)||Social Emotional Development in Education|
|EPSE 604 (3/6)||Advanced Topics in Human Development, Learning, and Culture|
|EPSE 606 (3)||College and University Teaching|
|EPSE 630 (3)||Advanced Seminar: Adolescence Through Emerging Adulthood|
|Additional Required Electives (9 credits)
Choose three additional courses either inside or outside of HDLC in consultation with your advisor.
|Graduating Seminar (3 credits)
After completing the required and elective courses, students must take the following course:
|EPSE 590 (3)||Graduating Seminar|