The Education Sciences specialization is designed to prepare researchers and scholars to address critical issues in education through disciplined inquiry that bridges theory and practice. The program’s coursework has a strong research methods core, an education sciences content core, and a focused apprenticeship in a field aligned with the expertise of a faculty mentor.
Effective Fall 2014
|EDRM 700||Quantitative Research Methods||3|
|EDRM 701||Applied Linear Models-Educational Research||3|
|EDRM 702||Foundations of Educational Research||3|
|EDRM 704||Qualitative Research||3|
|EDRM 705||Qualitative Data Analysis||3|
|EDRM 706||Analysis of Variance--Education Research||3|
|EDRM 707||Quantitative Data Collection Methods/Analysis||3|
|EDRM 792A||Seminar: Research Methodology||3|
|or EDRM 792B||Seminar: Proposal Development|
|EDRM *** Selected Electives 1||3|
|Education Sciences Core|
|EDUC 713||Teaching, Learning, and Professional Growth||3|
|EDUC 715||Critical Issues for Special Populations||3|
|EDUC 720||Human Learning, Cognition, and Motivation||3|
|Education and/or Social Science Electives 1||9|
|Education Sciences Cognate|
|Program Total Credits:||63|
A minimum of 63 credits are required to complete this program.
Select courses with approval of graduate advisor and committee.