Curriculum and Course Sequence

Master of Education- Interdisciplinary

Total Credit Hours: 33 credits

Professional Education Core (9 credits)
EDUC 603 Principles and Practices of Research
EDUC 606 Developmental Theory and Experiential Growth
CUIN 654  Cultural and Technological Awareness in the Context of Global Education

Interdisciplinary Content Areas (21 credits)
Students will be required to develop an individual study plan that includes two focus areas.  Approval of the study plan will be required by the Interdisciplinary Program Coordinator and Program Coordinators of the various program from which the focus area courses are chosen. 

Focus Area #1 – 12 credits
Focus Area #2 – 9 credits

You can review a list of available focus area course options here.

Capstone (3 credits)
EDUC 700 Research Paper/Project

Course Sequence/Schedule

Students can complete the Interdisciplinary program in 1 to 2 years if attending full time (9-12 credit hours per semester). Students attending part time can complete in 2-4 years based on their preference.  Program completion must be obtained within a six-year time limit from the time of the first graduate course.

Courses in the core are offered each semester to help students advance to degree and to provide flexibility for scheduling.  Students in the Interdisciplinary program will choose 2 areas of focus from within the three colleges (Education, Business, Liberal Arts & Sciences).  Course sequence is dependent on the areas of focus and course availability. The study plan which is developed with the Program Coordinator at the time of admission provides insight into the course sequence and degree timeline and is aligned with the student's goals for degree completion.