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All 30 units must be part of an approved Educational Design for the Master of Arts in Education. During the last two semesters of study, students take EDUC 605: Educational Inquiry (4 credits), and EDUC 606: Educational Inquiry Practicum (4 credits) as their capstone courses.
Qualified students may work simultaneously on the Master of Arts in Education degree and a credential. Graduate courses are offered in the evening during the fall and spring semesters, and also during the summer sessions.
Candidates attain the Master of Arts in Education Degree upon successful completion of the Educational Design described below. The Department of Education and Child Development, the student’s graduate advisor, and other faculty members representing the area of specialization must approve the Educational Design prior to enrolling in EDUC 605: Educational Inquiry.