DePaul University College of Education > Academics > Graduate Programs > Master's Programs > Value-Creating Education for Global Citizenship (MEd) > Degree Requirements

Degree Requirements

Course Requirements

48 quarter hours required 4 quarter hours, grade of C or better required

  • VCE 510 Tsunesaburo Makiguchi’s Educational Philosophy and Practice (1)
  • VCE 511 Tsunesaburo Makiguchi’s Educational Philosophy and Practice (2)
  • VCE 520 Josei Toda’s Educational Philosophy and Practice
  • VCE 531  Daisaku Ikeda’s Educational Philosophy and Practice (1), Major Education Writings
  • VCE 532 Daisaku Ikeda’s Educational Philosophy and Practice (2), Dialogues
  • VCE 533  Daisaku Ikeda’s Educational Philosophy and Practice (3), Peace Proposals
  • VCE 540 Theoretical Foundations of Value-Creating Education
  • VCE 550  Education for Global Citizenship
  • VCE 560  Dialogue and Education
  • VCE 570  Analyzing Research and Practice in Soka and Non-Soka Schools
  • VCE 580 Practical Application of Value-Creating Education (Local and Global Contexts) Prerequisites: at least 6 VCE courses (or equivalent, or program director permission)
  • ONE required elective graduate course from among available options in the College of Education catalog. 
 

Licensure Option

Students seeking the Master’s degree in Value-Creating Education for World Citizenship have the option also to pursue an Illinois initial or subsequent teaching license.  This licensure program requires students to be physically present in Chicago for the entire licensure program. Please consult your academic advisor for information regarding requirements and application procedures. 
 
 

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