College of Education > Academics > Leadership, Language & Curriculum > Graduate Programs > Curriculum Studies (MA/MEd) > Degree Requirements
Core curriculum classes are offered every other year (except CS 492 and CS 493, which also serve other programs). CS Students should prioritize CS classes when registering each quarter, should plan classes carefully, and should periodically review their course plan and degree progress report with their academic advisor in order to avoid delays in degree completion.
Only if SCG 610 not offered or full.
Select SCG 406 only if SCG 604 not offered or full.
Select SCG 408 only if SCG 608 not offered or full.
Select SCG 409 only if SCG 603 not offered or full.
Select SCG 411 only if SCG 611 not offered or full.
The Master’s Thesis is completed in conjunction with faculty advisement. Preparation for the writing of the Thesis should begin well in advance of the completion of coursework. Oral examination on Thesis required. Consult the MA Thesis Handbook for additional information.
This class supports students as they develop a master’s paper or site-based practicum project. The master’s paper or practicum project offer students an opportunity to demonstrate, in an educational setting, the curricular and leadership skills developed during the master’s program.
Students must maintain a 3.0 average or higher to continue in the program. Any grade below a C will not count for credit toward completion of the program.
Elective Course Sequence: 8 quarter hours, choose 2 courses beyond the core coursework, students will be allowed to elect a sub-specialization from among the following graduate program areas:
Strongly encouraged for CS master’s students.
Students are required to take the 4qh Capstone Course below. This site-based practicum combined with classroom based instruction support students as they demonstrate and put into practice their leadership skills in an educational setting.
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