Master of Arts in Education - History

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Mission

The Master of Arts in Education - History combines graduate-level educational courses with advanced history courses to help students further their educational, intellectual, and professional goals.

Student Learning Outcomes

Students graduating with the MAE in History will be able to:

  • Analyze a single scholarly work in a standard academic review.
  • Synthesize multiple scholarly works in a historiographical essay.
  • Discuss significant scholarly works in an academic forum.
  • Produce lesson modules based on primary sources and scholarly literature.
  • Demonstrate ability to effectively deliver lessons in the subject matter using best pedagogical practices.

History/Political Science/Anthropology Grade Requirements

All grades earned in History, Political Science, or Anthropology must be 'A' or 'B' to count towards the MAE History degree.

Courses

Listed below is the course work required by the Program:

Education Core Courses
EDCI 631RESEARCH DESIGN AND DATA ANALYSIS 13
EDCI 633EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY3
Select one of the following:3
PUBLIC RELATIONS
CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT
SYSTEMIC CHANGE: PROCESS FOR SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT
Required Courses
Select one of the options below.9
Electives
500 or 600 level courses in History/Political Science/Anthropology18
Total Credits36
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EDCI 631 RESEARCH DESIGN AND DATA ANALYSIS should be completed within the first 12 course credits of student’s program of study. 

Required Courses – Option I

HIST 635RESEARCH SEMINAR IN HISTORY3
HIST 660THESIS6
Total Credits9

Required Courses – Option II

HIST 635RESEARCH SEMINAR IN HISTORY3
HIST 600-level Elective3
HIST 655SCHOLARLY PROJECT3
Total Credits9