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    Dec 06, 2022  
2013-2014 Graduate Catalog 
    
2013-2014 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Education Major, MS - Cultural Studies of Educational Foundations Concentration


The concentration’s intellectual identity emerges from a post-disciplinary orientation which includes coursework and research across the traditions of anthropology, history, philosophy, psychology, sociology, and women’s studies. Academically based community service, community based participatory research, and philosophical, ethnographic, and feminist inquiry in the program coursework address fundamental issues in education and relations of power.

Requirements


Hours Credit
1Concentration 14
2Specialization (choose one) 9
3Research 6
4Thesis or Problems in Lieu of Thesis 6
  Total 35

1 CSE 591 , CSE 592 . Select two from CSE 504 , CSE 511 , CSE 539 , CSE 545 , CSE 549 , CSE 550  OR CSE 639.
2 Students can design their own specialization area such as gender studies in education; multicultural education; rural education; or religion, ethics and morality.
3 Select two courses from CSE 526 , EDPY 559, EDPY 506 , EDPY 682, or advisor approved substitute.
4 CSE 500  or CSE 503 .
NOTE: To meet program requirements, students must select courses in consultation with a program advisor. Program totals are minimums and some students may be required to complete additional coursework to overcome background deficiencies.