M.Ed. Program

Applicants must have successfully completed an undergraduate degree, have an academic background in learning and development-related courses in psychology, anthropology, learning sciences, education, and/or related disciplines (e.g., social and/or health sciences), and have either volunteer or professional experience in learning contexts, such as schools, after-school programs, and/or community-based programs. No thesis is required.

Students with no previous coursework on research methods prior to starting an M.Ed. in HDLC will be required to take a prerequisite course: EPSE 483 (3) Reading and Interpreting Research in Education. This course can be taken early in your degree but does not count towards fulfilling your program credit requirements.

HDLC Offers Three M.Ed. Degree Concentrations

M.Ed. General

M.Ed. Concentration in Self-Regulated Learning

M.Ed. Concentration in Social and Emotional Learning