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Graduate Catalog 2007-08 
Graduate Catalog 2007-08 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Master of Arts in Socio-Cultural Foundations And Educational Thought

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Paul Farber, Gunilla Holm, Gerald Pillsbury, G. Thomas Ray
Room 2212, Sangren Hall

Admission Requirements

  1. Undergraduate grade point average of 3.0 (4.0 = A); graduate grade point average may be accepted upon review of recent and relevant course work completed at an accredited institution.
  2. A written statement of purpose (1,000 to 1,500 words). The statement of purpose should indicate the candidate’s career expectations and reasons for seeking admission to the program.
  3. Congruence of applicant’s goals and the program concentration.
  4. Two letters of recommendation from persons able to judge the applicant’s potential to succeed in a graduate program.

Program Requirements

1. Education and Professional Development Core (9 hrs.)

2. Program Concentration (15 hrs.)

Select three courses in socio-cultural foundations from the following:

Select at least one course in curriculum studies from the following:

Select one additional course

In curriculum development, teaching methods, literacy, or content area methods

3. Electives (9 hrs.):

Select at least three additional graduate level courses, normally from outside the department, which support a particular scholarly interest

4. Capstone Research Project or Master’s Thesis (3-6 hrs.)

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