M.Ed. Program

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.

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. [Note that students who started their MEd program prior to September 2019 can count EPSE 481 as their prerequisite]

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