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Master of Science in Educational Studies

Contact: Daniel Mulcahy (860) 832-2418 mulcahy@ccsu.edu

 

Strand I: Educational Studies with Discipline Specific Specialization

Strand II: Secondary Education

 
Program Rationale

This program is designed to offer educators working in the field of education the opportunity to pursue graduate studies in Educational Studies. There are two strands of study. Strand I: Educational Studies with Discipline Specific Specialization. Strand II: Secondary Education. Strand I, Educational Studies with Discipline Specific Specialization, is designed to increase student knowledge of contemporary education issues, theories, and politics. Strand II, Secondary Education, is designed to increase knowledge and skills related to curriculum and instruction in secondary schools.

 

Strand I: Program Learning Outcomes 
M.S., Educational Studies with Discipline Specific Specialization

 

Students will:

• use social, cultural, political, and historical perspectives to critically analyze and assess policy and school practices;

• demonstrate growth in professional self-knowledge by engaging in reflective inquiry;

• demonstrate research skills through the collection and interpretation of literature-based studies; and

• demonstrate knowledge of how issues of diversity impact schools.

 

 

Strand II: Program Learning Outcomes
M.S., Secondary Education

Students are expected to:

• use social, cultural, political, and historical perspectives to critically analyze and assess policy and school practices;

extend knowledge and understanding of the subjects that they teach, the theories, curriculum and instruction, models and procedures for assessment of learning, and environments for diverse learners;

demonstrate growth in professional self-knowledge through engaging in reflective inquiry;

demonstrate research skills through the collection and interpretation of literature-based studies; and

demonstrate knowledge of educational programs that promote learning for a diverse student body.

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