Curriculum and Instruction MEd

July 23, 2018 by
Return to previous page. Curriculum and Instruction MEd The Master of Education (MEd) program in Curriculum and Instruction is designed for professionally certified and experienced educators who want to extend their influence beyond the walls of the classroom and improve their knowledge and skills in the area of leadership. Students also engage in the development […]

Curriculum and Instruction EdD

July 17, 2018 by
About FAQs Advisors Return to previous page. The Curriculum and Instruction EdD program is intended for individuals who are engaged in the practice of education in a variety of settings including schools, colleges, universities, businesses and industry. The program prepares students for engaging in the study of practice-based problems in education and data driven decision […]

Methodology, Measurement, and Analysis Faculty

June 25, 2018 by
Return to previous page. Haiyan Bai, Ph.D. Professor Methodology, Measurement, and Analysis M.H. Clark, Ph.D. Associate Lecturer Methodology, Measurement, and Analysis Debbie L. Hahs-Vaughn, Ph.D. Professor Methodology, Measurement, and Analysis Bobby Jeanpierre, Ph.D. Associate Professor Methodology, Measurement, and Analysis Stephen A. Sivo, Ph.D. Professor Methodology, Measurement, and Analysis

Program-Methodology, Measurement, and Analysis

June 25, 2018 by
The Methodology, Measurement, and Analysis (MMA) track in the College of Community Innovation and Education is designed to prepare methodologists in education, social sciences, and human sciences for careers in academia, independent consulting and practice, or non-profit/government research. Students are taught both quantitative and qualitative methodological approaches that can be applied to a variety of […]

Curriculum and Instruction Faculty

June 22, 2018 by
Return to previous page. Karen L. Biraimah, Ph.D. Professor Curriculum and Instruction David N. Boote, Ph.D. Associate Professor Curriculum and Instruction Michele Gill, Ph.D. Professor and Program Coordinator Curriculum and Instruction

Program-Curriculum and Instruction

June 22, 2018 by
Become a leader in teaching, training, and curriculum The Curriculum and Instruction program offers graduate degree options for those seeking to develop advanced knowledge and skills in teaching/training, curriculum development, and learning. Students have opportunities to engage in the development of expertise in advancing others’ learning and development. Degree Programs Master of Education Doctor of […]

Gifted Education FAQ

June 22, 2018 by
Return to previous page. When are the courses offered? The courses are only offered in these semesters. Sequence Semester Course Topic in Gifted Education First Fall EGI6051 Understanding Second Fall EGI6245 Curriculum Third Spring EGI6246 Diversity Fourth Spring EGI6417 Counseling Fifth Summer EGI6305 Creativity   What is the recommended sequence for taking the courses? While […]

Applied Learning Exam Information

June 20, 2018 by
Comprehensive Examination Thesis Proposals and Defenses Return to previous page. Comprehensive Examination If electing the non-thesis option, the student must take the comprehensive examination (Review II). For those who choose to do a thesis, the formal assessment will be a comprehensive examination that will focus on areas of knowledge that are most relevant to the […]

Applied Learning FAQs

June 20, 2018 by
Return to previous page. Is the Master of Arts in Applied Learning and Instruction a full-time program? No. Most classes in the MA-ALI program are scheduled during the evening, and a few classes are either partially or fully web-based. Any student may enroll in the program full time, but it is not required. Once admitted, […]

Applied Learning Faculty

June 20, 2018 by
Return to previous page. Michele Gill, Ph.D. Professor and Program Coordinator Curriculum and Instruction Bobby Hoffman, Ph.D. Associate Professor Applied Learning and Instruction