Find your particular program and click on the link to see required coursework. For most degree programs, students are set up with individualized plans of study. They are created at the time of acceptance by either the Director of Graduate Education (M.Ed. program students), or the Ed.S. Coordinator (Ed.S. program students). Then the plans of study are emailed to the student along with acceptance and new student information.
PLANS OF STUDY FOR M.Ed. DEGREE PROGRAMS:
For the M.Ed. in Educational Leadership and M.Ed. in Reading Programs, students are typically set up with the 2-year course plan; however, if students would like to go at a slower pace students can ask the Director of Graduate Programs about the 3-year plan of study. M.Ed. students should consult with the Director of Graduate Programs whenever changes need to be made to their status or plan of study.
M.Ed. in Teaching
The M.Ed. in Teaching Program is designed for students to progress through coursework as a cohort beginning in the fall; however, in some very unique situations individualized course plans are developed and emailed to the student. Students should refer to the course plan available on our website (link above) for each registration period, unless they are following an individualized plan of study.
M.Ed. in Administration/Adult and Higher Ed
M.Ed. in Educational Leadership
M.Ed. in Technology and Personalized Learning
PLANS OF STUDY FOR Ed.S. DEGREE PROGRAMS:
Ed.S. students should consult with the Ed.S. Coordinator whenever changes need to be made to his/her status and/or plan of study. Individualized plans of study are emailed to the student upon acceptance.
Ed.S. in Educational Administration/Principal
Ed.S. in Educational Administration/Superintendent