College of Education > Academics > Teacher Education > Graduate Programs > Education, Culture, and Society (MA/MEd) > Degree Requirements
We offer the Education, Culture, and Society MEd in two modalities: on-campus and fully online.
Degree requirements for each modality are unique. On-campus degree requirements are listed below, and
online degree requirements are listed in the Academic Catalog.
View online requirements in the Catalog
The student prepares a thesis, which is a report of the results of an original investigation. The student must first obtain approval of the subject and general plan from their Thesis Advisor, and have a research proposal approved by his/her thesis committee. The Thesis Advisor must be an EPSR faculty member (but not necessarily the originally assigned Faculty Advisor). The College of Education Thesis Handbook outlines the policies and procedures needed to successfully satisfy the thesis requirement. The College of Education Thesis Handbook can be obtained from the College of Education website.
Registration for ECS master’s degree core courses is different from regular registration. The ECS students are granted access to registration for ECS core courses. If a student has special circumstances and cannot register for all cores offered in a term, this must be discussed with and approved by that student’s ECS faculty advisor prior to the start of the term. Course registration for electives is the same as for all College of Education students.
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