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M.Ed. in Secondary Education-Talent Development

Class Discussion at a Seminar Table

Key requirements of the Master of Education (M.Ed.) program in secondary education-talent development:

  • 36 credit hours
  • Master's capstone project, completed through CI 5311

This M.Ed. program typically takes two years, though it is possible to complete the program more quickly.  The M.Ed. includes a graduate minor.

M.Ed. in Secondary Education-Talent Development
M.Ed. in Secondary Education-Talent Development
1. CI 5309 Talent Development
M.Ed. in Secondary Education-Talent Development
2. Choice of: CI 5310 Creativity, or CI 5381 Creativity, Interest, and World(s)
M.Ed. in Secondary Education-Talent Development
3. CI 5383 Mentoring Across the Life Span
M.Ed. in Secondary Education-Talent Development
4. Choice of: CI 5330 Multicultural Teaching and Learning, or BILG 5388 Politics of Language
M.Ed. in Secondary Education-Talent Development
5. Choice of: EDCL 5339 Personal Vision of Leadership, EDTC 5310 Introduction to Educational Technology, or CI 5339 Project-Based Instruction
M.Ed. in Secondary Education-Talent Development
6. Choice of: CI 5368 The Politics and Creativity of Being and Becoming, or CI 5359 Curriculum for Depth and Challenge
M.Ed. in Secondary Education-Talent Development
7. CI 5311 Practicum in Talent Development
M.Ed. in Secondary Education-Talent Development
8. CI 5390 Research Seminar
M.Ed. in Secondary Education-Talent Development
9.) Choice of: CI 5364 Advanced Instructional Strategies for Secondary Teachers; CI 5372 Philosophical Foundations of Education; CI 5373 Professional Development for Teachers: Models, Research, and Theory; RDG 5324 Developing Content Area Literacy in Middle and Secondary Schools; or SPED 5360 Survey of Exceptionality [or approved substitution]
M.Ed. in Secondary Education-Talent Development
10.) Course in the selected minor
M.Ed. in Secondary Education-Talent Development
11.) Course in the selected minor
M.Ed. in Secondary Education-Talent Development
12.) Course in the selected minor

Once admitted to the program, remember to contact your advisor before registering for courses each semester.