Oct 14, 2019  
2018-2019 Caspersen School of Graduate Studies 
    
2018-2019 Caspersen School of Graduate Studies [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Master of Education (M.Ed.)


Degree Requirements


Students in the Master of Education complete 30 credit hours from Education listings, as well as approved courses from other Caspersen programs.

II. Electives (6 credits)


Taken from existing Caspersen School of Graduate Studies courses with approval by advisor.

III. Area of Specialization (15 credits, selected from one of the following)


E. Equity and Culture 15 credits


ii. Electives (9 credits)


EDUC 540 - Inquiry in Math and Science , OR 

EDUC 550 - Inquiry in Language and Literacy ; OR  
EDUC 560 - Historical Inquiry  

          AND

EDUC 610 - Understanding Special Populations  

EDUC 614 - Assistive Technology and Transition Planning  

EDUC 622 - Second Language Literacy Development  

EDUC 623 - Assessment in English as a Second Language Classrooms  

BBST 601 - The Politics of Biblical Interpretation

BBST 610 - African American Visionaries and the Bible

BBST 687 - The Kin-dom of God and Social Change

CHST 768 - Race and American Christianity

CSOC 500 - Religion and the Social Process

CSOC 530 - Global Hip-Hop and Youth Activism

CSOC 550 - Religion and the Earth

CSOC 619 - The Search for the Good Community

CSOC 644 - Ethically Responding to Violence Against Women

CSOC 536 - Everyday Ethics

CSOC 620 - Religions and Food: Feast, Fast, Farming and Famine

CSOC 648 - Medical and Healthcare Ethics

HC 818 - Topics in American History  

HC 888 - Gender in American History  

HIST 720 - History of Sexuality in the Contemporary West  

HC 890 - Anthropological Perspectives on History and Culture  

NOTE:  Additional courses from Caspersen School of Graduate Studies may count toward specialization with approval by advisor.

F. Conflict Resolution 15 credits


G. Religion, Theology, and Society 15 credits


i. Christian Traditions Courses (9 credits):

BBST 501 - Biblical Literature I: Torah, Prophets, Writings

BBST 511 - Biblical Literature II: Gospels, Epistles, Apocalypse

And one of the following:

CSOC 501 - Christian Ethics  OR

TPHL 501 - Systematic Theology

 

ii. Religion and Pluralistic Society Electives (3 credits):

CSOC 500 - Religion and the Social Process

CSOC 550 - Religion and the Earth

CSOC 563 The Changing Religious Landscape of the United States

PSTH 563 - Music of the World’s Religions

TPHL 508 - Challenge of World Religions for Christian Faith and Practice

 

iii.  Religion and Social Justice Elective (3 credits):

BBST 610 - African American Visionaries and the Bible

BBST 687 - The Kin-dom of God and Social Change

CSOC 530 - Global Hip-Hop and Youth Activism

CSOC 551 - Christianity and Ecology

CSOC 619 - The Search of the Good Community

CSOC 620 - Religions and Food: Feast, Fast, Farming, and Famine

CSOC 644 - Ethically Responding to Violence Against Women

TPHL 630 - Religion and Incarceration

 

NOTE: Additional courses from Caspersen School of Graduate Studies may count toward specialization with approval by advisor.