Full-Time Student Course Sequence: Summer Start

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Timeline

Degree Program Start: Summer session 1 or 2 (May or July)

Semester Length: Two 8-week sessions

Prerequisite Program Courses

Please refer to Curriculum for prerequisite courses.

Program Courses

The following full-time/cohort course sequence provides an overview of your course schedule for the next two years in the online M.Ed. program.

All full- and part-time degree seeking M.Ed. students begin their program by enrolling in EDU-6700 Technology in Education. As a full-time/cohort student, your schedule and time to degree will be different from the part-time students planning guide.

Verify the graduate course schedules and register for your courses with the Office of the Registrar.

Year Semester 8-week Session Course Number Course Name (credits)
1 Summer 1 or 2 EDU-6700 Technology in Education (2)1

Required first course for all full- and part-time degree seeking students

, 2

Indicates that this course should be taken at Cedarville University and cannot normally be transferred into the M.Ed. program.

1 EDU-6150 Diversity and Social Issues (2) 2

Indicates that this course should be taken at Cedarville University and cannot normally be transferred into the M.Ed. program.

Fall 1 EDU-6100 History and Philosophy of Education (2) 2

Indicates that this course should be taken at Cedarville University and cannot normally be transferred into the M.Ed. program.

ECS-7000 Curriculum Theory: Analysis and Design (2) 2

Indicates that this course should be taken at Cedarville University and cannot normally be transferred into the M.Ed. program.

2 EDU-6000 Learning Theory (2)
EDU-6300 Program and Outcome Assessment (2)†
Spring 1 EDU-6200 Models of Teaching (2)
EDU-6400 Intervention Strategies and Techniques (2)
2 EDU-6050 Applied Learning Theory (2)
ECS-XXXX or
EDA-XXXX or
EDU-XXXX
Elective (1-3) 5

Additional electives may be available as schedules are finalized. Visit M.Ed. Degree Requirements for a listing of available electives. Confirm the availability of the electives on the graduate course schedules from the Office of the Registrar

 
2 Summer 1 or 2 ECS-XXXX or
EDA-XXXX or
EDU-XXXX
Elective (1-3) 5

Additional electives may be available as schedules are finalized. Visit M.Ed. Degree Requirements for a listing of available electives. Confirm the availability of the electives on the graduate course schedules from the Office of the Registrar

ECS-XXXX or
EDA-XXXX or
EDU-XXXX
Elective (1-3) 5

Additional electives may be available as schedules are finalized. Visit M.Ed. Degree Requirements for a listing of available electives. Confirm the availability of the electives on the graduate course schedules from the Office of the Registrar

Fall 1 or 2 ECS-XXXX or
EDA-XXXX or
EDU-XXXX
Elective (1-2) 5

Additional electives may be available as schedules are finalized. Visit M.Ed. Degree Requirements for a listing of available electives. Confirm the availability of the electives on the graduate course schedules from the Office of the Registrar

2 EDU-6250 Statistical Reasoning in Education (3) 2

Indicates that this course should be taken at Cedarville University and cannot normally be transferred into the M.Ed. program.

Spring 1 EDU-7200 Research Design (2)
2 ECS-7950 or
EDU-7900 or
EDU-7950
Research Thesis in Curriculum (2) 4

Students must complete EDU-6250 Statistical Reasoning in Education and EDU-7200 Research Design before registering for a Thesis or Project.

or
Research Project in Education (2) 4

Students must complete EDU-6250 Statistical Reasoning in Education and EDU-7200 Research Design before registering for a Thesis or Project.

or
Research Thesis in Education (2) 4

Students must complete EDU-6250 Statistical Reasoning in Education and EDU-7200 Research Design before registering for a Thesis or Project.

† Students participating in the Principal Licensure Program (PLP) should substitute EDA-6900 Assessing Classroom Performance for EDU-6300 Program and Outcomes Assessment in the Master of Education (M.Ed.) program.
‡ Students participating in the Principal Licensure Program (PLP) should substitute EDA-7050 Development for Instruction for ECS-7000 Curriculum Theory: Analysis and Design in the Master of Education (M.Ed.) program.

Questions?

Prospective students, please contact University Admissions. Current students, please contact your program advisor.