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Master of Science in Education
Learning Development

The Master’s of Science degree, Learning Development option, is offered in a cohort format. All courses are offered on weekends (Internet support) and with a start to finish time of two years. Individuals and groups interested in starting a cohort group in their location should contact the Graduate Programs Office at 1-800-662-6132, extension 3738. Further information regarding the delivery of the program will be made available upon inquiry.

Required Courses:

EDUC 606 Research Methods
EDUC 607 Educational Measurement and Statistics
EDUC 623 Learning Technologies
EDUC 625 Assessment & Evaluation
EDUC 648 Advanced Learning Theory
EDUC 650 Critical and Creative Thinking in Learning
EDUC 652 Learning Systems: Theory and Design
EDUC 654 Graduate Seminar

Choose one (1) of the three following application areas:

Learning Development:
EDUC 658 Enhancing Learning Through Content
EDUC 674 Problem Solving Strategies
EDUC 675 Achieving Student Outcomes Through Cooperative Learning
EDUC 677 Purposeful Learning Through Multiple Intelligences
EDPY 525 Learning Disabilities
EDUC 540 Assessment in Remedial Reading Program
EDUC 545 Teaching Reading, Writing, and Critical Thinking Skills Across the Curriculum
EDUC 548 Reading Materials for the Elementary Child
EDUC 630 General School Administration and Finance
EDUC 640 School Law
EDUC 670 K-12 Curriculum
EDUC 672 K-12 School Administration & Supervision

Total minimum credits required for degree: 36

**Application area does not constitute fulfilling the coursework required for OPI endorsement. See major advisor for further information.

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