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Degree Requirements

Degree Requirements

Course Requirements: 48 quarter hours required 4 quarter hours, grade of C or better required

Course Title Quarter Hours
VCE 510HUMAN GEOGRAPHY AND COMMUNITIES STUDIES4
VCE 511VALUE-CREATING APPROACHES TO SOCIETY, KNOWLEDGE, AND POWER4
VCE 520HUMAN REVOLUTION IN SCHOOLS AND SOCIETY4
VCE 531HUMAN EDUCATION AND THE POETIC SPIRIT4
VCE 532DAISAKU IKEDA'S EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY AND PRACTICE (2) DIALOGUES4
VCE 533PEACEBUILDING AND EDUCATION4
VCE 540THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS OF VALUE-CREATING EDUCATION4
VCE 550EDUCATION FOR GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP4
VCE 560DIALOGUE AND EDUCATION4
VCE 570IKEDA/SOKA STUDIES IN EDUCATION4
VCE 580VALUE CREATION IN APPLICATION (LOCAL AND GLOBAL CONTEXTS)4
Select one required elective graduate course from among available options in the College of Education catalog4

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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