21st Century Teaching & Learning, M.Ed.View Checksheet
Minimum Total Hours (Non-Thesis): 32
Program Code: M863
- This program is Non-Thesis Only.
|EDRG 5103||New Literacies in 21st Century Learning||3|
|EIPT 5601||Orientation and Introduction to 21st Century Learning||1|
|EIPT 5613||Classroom Management in the 21st Century||3|
|EIPT 5623||Research into Practice||3|
|EIPT 5631||Open Educational Resources for Teaching||1|
|EIPT 5643||Motivated Change||3|
|EIPT 5653||Technology and Social Media in Education||3|
|EIPT 5663||Assessment in the 21st Century||3|
|EIPT 5671||Reflection for the 21st Century||1|
|EIPT 5683||Technology-Enhanced Problem-Based Learning||3|
|EIPT 5693||Critical Literacy||3|
|EIPT 5712||School and Community Relations||2|
|EIPT 5703||Building Capacity for STEM||3|
|Total Credit Hours||32|
General Requirements for all Master's Degrees
The master’s degree requires the equivalent of at least two semesters of satisfactory graduate work and additional work as may be prescribed for the degree.
All coursework applied to the master’s degree must carry graduate credit.
Master’s degree programs which require a thesis consist of at least 30 credit hours. All non-thesis master’s degree programs require at least 32 credit hours.
Credit transferred from other institutions must meet specific criteria and is subject to certain limitations.
Courses completed through correspondence study may not be applied to the master’s degree.
To qualify for a graduate degree, students must achieve an overall grade point average of 3.0 or higher in the degree program coursework and in all resident graduate coursework attempted. A student must also have at least a 3.0 in all coursework (including undergraduate coursework if any).
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