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Students in the program will be expected to:Learning Outcomes for Graduate Programs


Faculty in each program have established learning outcomes that graduates of the program will be able to demonstrate upon completion. Assessment pratices are keyed to these outcomes.

Art Education (MS) Educational Leadership (Ed.D) Physical Education (MS)
Biological Sciences (MA/MS) Educational Technology Media (MS) Psychology (MA)
Biological Sciences Anesthesia (MS) Elementary Education (MS) Public History (MA)
Biomolecular Sciences (MS) Engineering Technology (MS) Reading and Language Arts (MS)
Communication (MS) English (MA) Reading and Language Arts (SYC)
Computer Information Technology (MS) Geography (MS) Spanish (MS)
Construction Management (MS) History (MA) Special Education (MS)
Counseling (MS) Information Design (MA) Superintendent of Schools (SYC)
Criminal Justice (MS) International Studies (MS) Teacher Ed: Multiple Specializations (MAT)
Data Mining, online (MS) Marriage & Family Therapy (MS) Teaching English as a Second Language (MS)
Early Childhood Education (MS) Mathematics (MA/MS) Technology and Engineering Education (MS)
Educational Foundations (MS) Modern Languages (MA) Technology Management (MS)
Educational Leadership (MS) Music Education (MS)  
Educational Leadership (SYC) Natural Sciences (MS)  

Art Education - Master of Science

Students accepted into the program are expected to:

  • Write reflectively about art
  • Develop an original body of artwork for exhibition or original research thesis
  • Reference their work in art historical and contemporary context
  • Strengthen oral critique ability
  • Develop/increased understanding of professional needs, responsibilities as an art professional

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Biological Sciences - Master of Arts / Master of Science

Graduate students will:

  • Describe scientific methodology and conduct experiments
  • Have a thorough understanding and/or competency in a specific area of biology
  • Read and comprehend primary literature
  • Deliver effective oral presentation
  • Effectively communicate research in written format

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Biological Sciences: Anesthesia - Master of Science

Graduate students will:

  • demonstrate a thorough understanding of physiology, pathophysiology, pharmacology, immunology, and the anesthesia-specific areas of patient safety, anesthetic management, and professional role;
  • describe scientific methodology and conduct experiments;
  • be able to read and comprehend primary literature;
  • deliver effective oral presentations (poster or PowerPoint); and
  • effectively communicate on research in written format.

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Biomolecular Sciences - Master of Arts

Graduate students will:

  • demonstrate knowledge in biomolecular science, including an understanding of:
    1. the connection between molecular properties and cellular activities,
    2. the connection between cellular activities and biological responses,
    3. cellular structure and function, including chemical composition, physiochemical and functional organization of organelles, and basic cellular metabolism,
    4. major cellular processes, including DNA replication, gene regulation, protein structure and function, cell signaling, and differentiation,
    5. the role of molecular and cellular processes in human health and disease, vi) contemporary techniques used in cell and molecular biology;
  • be able to evaluate papers from the scientific literature and present oral and written critiques;
  • develop research questions and the approach they will use to address that question; and
  • successfully complete a research project, analyze and evaluate the data generated and present their findings in both an oral and written format.

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Communication - Master of Science

Students will be expected to:

  • Explain communication processes, internal and external, of an organization;
  • Write appropriately in both academic and professional settings;
  • Employ research methods in the diagnosis of communication problems within organizations and between organizations and their target audiences, including those resulting from intercultural differences;
  • Use problem-solving, decision-making, and negotiation strategies in complex relational situations within organizations;
  • Examine the use and impact of information, communication, and new media technologies in the design and evaluation of public relations, strategic communication campaigns, and other organizational applications; and
  • Practice sound and ethical reasoning.

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Computer Information Technology - Master of Science

Students in the program are expected to demonstrate:

  • theoretical and conceptual mastery of a broad base of computer science, management information systems, and networking and telecommunications skills required for successful careers in the IT field;
  • application-based mastery of a broad base of computer science, management information systems, and networking and telecommunications skills required for successful careers in the IT field; and
  • the ability to conduct and present applied research through a research team project.

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Construction Management - Master of Science

All students in the program will be expected to:

  • develop a financial balance sheet for a construction company, understanding how each component impacts financial decisions made by the company;
  • prepare an annual income statement for a construction company and use it as a tool for projecting company trends;
  • perform a construction project risk assessment;
  • evaluate bond and insurance proposals for both construction companies and projects;
  • review and understand a basic construction contract and be able to assess it against other contracts;
  • comprehend the various options available for dispute resolution in the construction industry;
  • understand the impacts of different project delivery systems on the construction process; and
  • conduct research on technology-based issues and prepare technical papers in support of that research.

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Counseling - Master of Science

School Counseling Specialization
Students in this program will be expected to:

  • Exhibit behaviors and attitudes appropriate to the counseling profession
  • Demonstrate pertinent and professionally relevant knowledge in eight core curriculum areas
  • Demonstrate professional behaviors and practices in professional counseling settings
  • Demonstrate knowledge of current ethical and legal guidelines that influence one's behavior as a counselor
  • Demonstrate core skills that provide the foundation to understand the counseling process and become more self-aware of one's interpersonal interactions

Marriage and Family Therapy Program
Students in the program will be expected to:

  • Proficiency in applying the Metaframeworks Conceptual model to Clinical Practice
  • Knowledge of research and demonstration of ongoing professional enrichment through the valuing of continued self study and skill development
  • Knowledge of applying the major schools of marriage and family therapy
  • An articulated personal model of therapy upon which they base their interventions
  • An understanding of the roles and responsibilities of MFTs in clinical practice

Professional and Rehabilitation Counseling Specialization
Students in the program will be expected to:

  • Exhibit behaviors and attitudes appropriate to the professional and rehabilitation counseling profession;
  • Demonstrate pertinent and professionally relevant knowledge in the 10 CORE and 9 NBCC curriculum content areas;
  • Demonstrate professional behaviors and practice in professional and rehabilitation counseling settings;
  • Demonstrate knowledge of current ethical and legal guidelines that influence one’s behavior as a counselor; and
  • Demonstrate core skills that provide the foundations to understand the professional and rehabilitation counseling process and become more aware of one’s interpersonal interactions.

Student Development in Higher Education Specialization
Students in the program are expected to:

  • Demonstrate knowledge of theory, practice, and ethical standards relative to the practice of student development in higher education;
  • Demonstrate appropriate counseling, advising, and group facilitation techniques for use with students, staff, and faculty in higher education;
  • Demonstrate the ability to collaborate with colleagues throughout their institutions for purposes of creating and assessing learning experiences for students;
  • Identify a wide range of world views based on culture and life experience, including their own, and use this understanding to communicate effectively across cultural and personal differences; and
  • Demonstrate knowledge of federal and state laws pertinent to roles and functions of student affairs professionals and to the responsible management of colleges and universities.

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Criminal Justice - Master of Science

Our goal is that upon completion of this program students will have skills and abilities consistent with the following objectives:

  • collect and analyze data to evaluate criminal justice policies and programs;
  • present research proposals and findings to criminal justice professionals;
  • analyze functions and relations between diverse criminal justice systems; and
  • apply social and psychological models of crime and intervention to relevant offender populations.

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Data Mining - Master of Science

Students in the program will be expected to:

  • approach data mining as a process, by demonstrating competency in the use of CRISP-DM (the Cross-Industry Standard Process for Data Mining), including the business understanding phase, the data understanding phase, the exploratory data analysis phase, the modeling phase, the evaluation phase, and the deployment phase;
  • be proficient with leading data mining software, including WEKA, Clementine by SPSS, and the R language;
  • understand and apply a wide range of clustering, estimation, prediction, and classification algorithms, including k-means clustering, BIRCH clustering, Kohonen clustering, classification and regression trees, the C4.5 algorithm, logistic Regression, k-nearest neighbor, multiple regression, and neural networks;
  • understand and apply the most current data mining techniques and applications, such as text mining, mining genomics data, and other current issues; and
  • understand the mathematical statistics foundations of the algorithms outlined above.

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Early Childhood Education - Master of Science

Students are expected to:

  • demonstrate how to implement curriculum that includes elements that are developmentally appropriate, multicultural, multimedia, integrated, and suitable for inclusive and diverse settings, as well as effective management and assessment strategies;
  • demonstrate improvement in the quality of students’ teaching skills by self-reflecting and analyzing teaching practices through data collection and analysis;
  • demonstrate best practice teaching as agents of change by designing and conducting action research, grounded in professional literature, to have an impact on early childhood settings and communities;
  • assess a variety of early childhood programs in light of students’ developmental stages and cultural and linguistic backgrounds;
  • demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the course material in the introductory block courses that incorporate and highlight insights from the study of diversity in schools, socio-cultural and historical issues influencing schools, and research in education;
  • demonstrate knowledge of and value for a variety of structures in which young children are reared while demonstrating the ability to build effective reciprocal relationships with parents; and
  • identify models for effective school community partnerships that assist and empower families.

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Educational Studies - Master of Science

Educational Foundations and Policy Studies
Students are expected to:

  • use social, cultural, political, and historical perspectives to critically analyze and assess policy and school practices;
  • demonstrate growth in professional self-knowledge through engaging in reflective inquiry;
  • demonstrate research skills through the collection and interpretation of literaturebased studies; and
  • demonstrate knowledge of educational programs that promote learning for a diverse student body.

Secondary Curriculum, Foundational, and Instructional Issues
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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Educational Leadership - Master of Science

Students in the program are expected to:

  • design, implement, and evaluate instructional programs to promote student learning;
  • develop learning programs that are responsive to cultural and learning differences;
  • conduct fair, equitable, and effective classroom supervision;
  • design, implement, and evaluate professional development activities that promote teacher learning;
  • use standardized and classroom-based student performance data to improve student learning; and
  • understand, interpret, and critique educational research.

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Educational Leadership - Doctor of Education

Students are expected to:

  • create collaborative learning communities which reflect sensitivity to the ethical and moral obligations of leaders to design and implement programs that promote positive learning for all;
  • create and sustain a powerful vision of teaching and learning that promotes individual and organizational learning through assessment, professional development, program evaluation, and action research;
  • demonstrate an appreciation for diversity by creating a culture of success that is connected to salient historical, philosophical, cultural, community, and political contexts;
  • use technology to support and advance learning, improve communication, and process information; and
  • research, collect, analyze, and interpret data that informs the change process; evaluate research critically; apply research to determine best practice; and provide leadership research that improves teaching and learning.

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Educational Technology Media - Master of Science

Students are expected to:

  • apply technology skills in the development of instruction;
  • understand and apply instructional design process;
  • apply production skills in the development of instruction;
  • apply evaluation standards to various instructional programs;
  • understand and apply the technology integration process;
  • understand and apply inquiry skills in educational technology research; and
  • demonstrate leadership skills in applying instructional technology in their respective working environments.

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Elementary Education - Master of Science

Students are expected to:

  • demonstrate and implement varied instructional, assessment, management, and technological strategies that facilitate learning for diverse students;
  • demonstrate improvement in the quality of students’ teaching skills by self-reflecting and analyzing teaching practices through data collection and analysis;
  • demonstrate best practice teaching as agents of change by designing and conducting action research grounded in professional literature to have an impact on schools and their surrounding communities;
  • assess a variety of teaching strategies in light of research-based practices around developmental stages and cultural/linguistic backgrounds; and
  • demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the course material in the introductory block courses that incorporate and highlight insights from the study of diversity in schools, socio-cultural and historical issues influencing schools, and research in education.

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Engineering Technology - Master of Science

Master of Science in Engineering Technology (two specializations) students will be expected to:

Civil/Construction

  • Apply basic knowledge of mathematics science and engineering principles to solve technical problems
  • Identify, formulate and solve technical problems
  • Use computational methods, skills, computers and modern technical tools in engineering practice
  • Design and conduct experiments, and to analyze and interpret data
  • Execute a project to meet desired needs
  • Communicate effectively in oral and written, visual and graphic modes

Mechanical/Manufacturing

  • Ability to use computational methods, skills, computers and modern technical tools in engineering practice
  • Ability to identify, formulate and solve technical problems
  • Ability to design and conduct experiments, and to analyze and interpret data
  • Ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs
  • Knowledge of contemporary issues and understanding the impact of engineering/technical solutions within a global perspective
  • Ability to communicate effectively in oral, written, visual and graphical modes

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English - Master of Arts

Students in the program are expected to:

  • Explain accurately the literal meaning of a work or works of literature at an appropriate level of complexity
  • Discuss effectively the literary aspects of a prose work or works, such as tone, point of view, characterization, imagery, etc.
  • Employ technical language and appropriate literary terminology in service of a clear, effective treatment of material discussed
  • Analyze a work or works effectively from the perspective of genre
  • Offer persuasive and technically accurate close readings of poetry, including analysis of prosody and other formal features
  • Construct an effective analysis of a work or works informed by the tenets of a literary theory
  • Analyze a work or works effectively from the perspective of the cultural issues it addresses
  • Analyze a work or works considering accurately their engagement with relevant historical periods

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Geography - Master of Science

Graduate students in this program will:

  • Develop a research proposal and carry out an independent research on a chosen topic
  • Develop a substantive claim of the literature in Geography in general and in at least one subfield of the subject
  • Present and defend research work in oral and written literature using accepted social science research methods
  • Demonstrate competent skills in the collection, analysis and mapping of geographic data
  • Apply geographic knowledge and skills to solve a range of problems faced by businesses, industry, government, etc.
  • Write effectively and persuasively about key theories, principles and issues in geography, and make appropriate citation of principal souces when making critical written arguments

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History - Master of Arts

Students completing the MA will be expected to:

  • demonstrate an understanding of historiography and its relevance for the study of history;
  • develop historical arguments and present them effectively, orally and in writing;
  • produce examples of various types of historical writing, such as book reviews, bibliographic essays, research papers, prospectus, and theses; and
  • present original historical arguments using both primary and secondary sources.

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Information Design - Master of Arts

Students are expected to:

  • Master advanced design theory, process and application;
  • Develop analytic and critical skills required to create, direct, and evaluate effective design solutions; and
  • Develop in-depth problem solving and research skills necessary for the creation and presentation of effective design solutions.

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International Studies - Master of Science

Students in this program will:

  • produce a capstone project on internationalism, based on primary research they conceptualized and conducted and guided by School of Graduate Studies guidelines;
  • demonstrate their ability to communicate at the intermediate level in the language of the region of their specialization;
  • be able to write well-researched, clearly theorized, and analytical papers that explain issues concerning internationalism; and
  • understand, through hands-on experiences, the history, culture, environment, and political and economic structures of the
    region in which they specialize.

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Marriage and Family Therapy - Master of Science

Marriage and Family Therapy students are expected to:

  • become knowledgeable in the major schools of marriage and family therapy;
  • develop proficiency in practices of systemically oriented therapy approaches to human problems in a variety of clinical settings;
  • develop an articulated personal model of therapy upon which they base their interventions;
  • develop professional identities as marriage and family therapists through the participation in extracurricular activities that facilitate the process of socialization, such as membership in professional organizations and attendance at professional workshops;
  • become knowledgeable consumers of research and ongoing professional enrichment through the valuing of continued self study and skill development;
  • become culturally competent as marriage and family therapists;
  • internalize the standards of ethical professional conduct; and
  • develop a strong and clear sense of self as an intervener in human problems.

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Mathematics - Master of Arts

General
Students in this program will be expected to:

  • deeply understand analytic arguments, using such common notions as epsilon/delta, infinite sums, and limits, as well as considerations for more general spaces than the real numbers, such as spaces of functions;
  • develop a basic understanding of measure theory and use it to study the Lebesgue integral;
  • deeply understand basic algebraic and discrete notions, such as facts about vector spaces and counting arguments, and expand this to include ideas about rings and fields;
  • develop a basic understanding of Galois theory;
  • follow and create analytic proofs involving abstract metric spaces;
  • follow and create algebraic proofs, with an understanding of groups, rings, and fields; and
  • independently investigate advanced topics in mathematics and present results to others in a clear way.

Actuarial Science Specialization
Students in this program will be expected to:

  • construct both deterministic and stochastic valuation models;
  • have a working knowledge of insurance and financial instruments, including derivatives; and
  • estimate both parametric and nonparametric models for frequency and severity and use the models to estimate the distribution of total losses and the probability of ruin.

Computer Science Specialization
Students in this program will be expected to:

  • deeply understand analytic arguments, using such common notions as epsilon/delta, infinite sums, and limits, and expand this to include such considerations for more general spaces than the real numbers, such as spaces of functions;
  • develop a basic understanding of measure theory and use it to study the Lebesgue integral;
  • deeply understand basic algebraic and discrete notions, such as facts about vector spaces and counting arguments, and expand this to include ideas about rings and fields; and
  • develop an understanding of the fundamentals of computer science and the application of mathematics to computer programming and/or software engineering.

Statistics Specialization
Students in this program will be expected to:

  • comprehend the theory behind methods of statistical inference;
  • develop proficiency in the design and analysis of univariate, multivariate, stochastic, and categorical data;
  • become familiar with regression, log linear, and time series models;
  • understand and apply parametric and nonparametric procedures; and
  • develop expertise in using the latest statistical analysis software.

Mathematics - Master of Science

For Certified Elementary and Middle School Teachers
Students in this program will be expected to:

  • deepen their comprehension of mathematics by re-examining, in detail, the mathematics topics taught in elementary or middle school, using topics introduced in the undergraduate program as a basis to build an increased understanding of the underlying mathematical structure;
  • develop as reflective practitioners and self-motivated life-long learners who strive for continual improvement in their teaching and seek to facilitate deep student learning;
  • understand emerging research on the psychological and intellectual development of children and adolescents and develop
    their understanding of current research on the teaching and learning of mathematics, trends and issues in mathematics curriculum, and the effective use of technology, data gathering and hands-on methods in the teaching of mathematics;
  • acquire skills necessary to conduct research in mathematics education; and
  • acquire skills necessary to make creative contributions to the field, such as writing, collecting data, and developing their own curriculum activities.

For Certified Secondary Teachers
Students in this program will be expected to:

  • deepen their comprehension of mathematics by studying advanced topics not covered in undergraduate curriculum and thus develop the dispositions of life-long learners of mathematics;
  • develop as reflective practitioners, striving for continual improvement in their teaching and student learning;
  • understand current research on teaching and learning mathematics, trends in mathematics curriculum, and the effective use of technology in the teaching of mathematics;
  • acquire skills necessary to conduct research in mathematics education; and
  • acquire skills necessary to make creative contributions to the field, such as writing, collecting data, and developing curriculum activities.

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Modern Languages - Master of Arts

Students in this program are expected to demonstrate:

  • Conduct research in different areas of the field of Modern Languages: literature, culture, pedagogy, and applied linguistics
  • Use the target language to write about major works in Italian, Spanish or Spanish American literature
  • Use the target language to write about topics related to the cultures of France, Italy, Spain or Spanish America
  • Use the target language to analyze Italian or Spanish grammar as well as to analyze the target language structure

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Music Education - Master of Science

Students in the program are expected to:

  • demonstrate knowledge about different philosophies of music education and develop a philosophical foundation for careers;
  • demonstrate knowledge about current issues and trends in music education and education;
  • demonstrate an ability to organize, interpret, synthesize, and evaluate knowledge in music, music education, and education;
  • demonstrate competence in aural, written, and communication skills and an ability to disseminate knowledge in a scholarly, coherent, and organized manner; and
  • understand and evaluate research in music education and conduct research.

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Natural Sciences - Master of Science

Graduate students are expected to demonstrate:

  • a deep understanding of scientific inquiry methods;
  • acquisition of scientific content knowledge;
  • an understanding of the history and nature of science; and
  • skills necessary to advance in educational scholarship.

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Physical Education - Master of Science

Students in the program are expected to:

  • interpret and determine appropriate application of any one or combination of the following theories to their professions: biomechanical, pedagogical, physiological, psychological, and sociological;
  • read and interpret research and apply significant findings to their professions; and
  • develop the knowledge and skills of physical education, sport, or allied health programs.

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Psychology - Master of Arts

Upon completion of the MA program in psychology, students should demonstrate the following:

  • proficiency with researching, summarizing, and critically evaluating scholarly literature;
  • the advanced skills necessary to comprehend, design, and conduct rigorous academic research;
  • professional-level skill in scholarly presentations, including the ability to write and publish in peer-reviewed academic journals and to present at professional conferences;
  • an ability to critically analyze and integrate psychological theory in applied and real-life situations; and
  • expertise within an area of psychology (community psychology, health psychology, or other area of focus).

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Public History - Master of Arts

Students in the program will be expected to:

  • conduct original research;
  • interpret primary sources;
  • evaluate the historiography of a specific historical topic;
  • demonstrate knowledge of public history practices and techniques; and
  • communicate effectively with a non-academic or client-based audience.

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Reading and Language Arts - Master of Science

Students in the program are expected to:

  • meet the IRA standards for reading professionals;
  • provide leadership, through modeling and mentoring colleagues and other support staff, and acquire a wide range of instructional practices, approaches, methods, and curriculum materials to facilitate their reading and writing instruction;
  • be knowledgeable in various assessments appropriate for a wide range of diversity in the classroom, including technologically based assessments, and are able to select, administer, and interpret assessments to enhance student learning and to communicate results to educational stakeholders;
  • create a literate environment to facilitate successful reading and writing for all children; and
  • continue to be lifelong learners and scholars, through reading, research, and professional development, and leaders in advocating to advance the professional research base to expand knowledge-based practices.

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Spanish - Master of Science

Students in this program are expected to demonstrate:

  • an understanding of different literary approaches and research;
  • an ability to analyze major works of Spanish and Spanish American literature;
  • knowledge of topics related to the cultures of Spain and Spanish America;
  • competence in Spanish grammar and knowledge of language structure; and
  • knowledge of major educational issues.

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Special Education - Master of Science

Students Already Certified
Students in this program will be expected to:

  • demonstrate knowledge of historical foundations, classic studies, major contributors, and current issues related to special education;
  • demonstrate knowledge of laws and policies that affect individuals with disabilities, their families, and their educational programming;
  • promote practices that reduce the overrepresentation of culturally/linguistically diverse students in programs for individuals with disabilities;
  • broaden and/or deepen their knowledge of individual learning differences, instructional strategies, and collaboration in special education;
  • implement action research processes to contribute to improved special education services to individuals with disabilities; and
  • promote professional and ethical practices in the field of special education.

Students Seeling Cross Endorsements
Students in this program will be expected to:

  • demonstrate knowledge of foundational issues in special education and their impact on the field;
  • demonstrate knowledge of the development and characteristics of learners, individual learning differences, and appropriate instructional strategies;
  • promote effective learning environments and social interactions for individuals with disabilities;
  • demonstrate knowledge of typical and atypical language development, cultural implications of language development, and alternative approaches to communication;
  • further their knowledge of instructional planning, assessment, and collaboration to address the learning differences of individuals with a wider variety of academic problems;
  • implement action research processes to contribute to improved special education services to individuals with disabilities; and
  • promote professional and ethical practices in the field of special education.

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Teacher Education - Master of Arts in Teaching

Graduate students in the program will:

  • possess strong knowledge of content, pedagogy, and students;
  • use data, content knowledge, and pedagogical content knowledge to critically examine practice for the purpose of improving student learning;
  • design and deliver instructional and assessment strategies that facilitate significant learning for all students;
  • create a positive and supportive learning environment; and
  • act ethically, respectfully, and responsibly in work with students, families, and colleagues.

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Teaching English as a Second Language - Master of Science

Students in the program are expected to:

  • write effectively, both technically and in terms of the field-appropriate style of analysis and argumentation;
  • demonstrate content knowledge with associated analytical skills in the following fields: syntax, phonology, sociolinguistics, TESOL methods, and second language acquisition;
  • identify and select teaching and assessment practices in accordance with universal principles in language teaching underlying the continuous bidirectional relationship between theoretical and applied subfields of linguistics;
  • use different methods of instruction in the teaching of English and development of relevant communicative and academic skills for speakers of other languages and to evaluate these methods in light of what is known about processes of language acquisition and educational development; and
  • understand the rules of language use and change in society, the importance of idiom and usage, and the nature of dialect differences and their social value.

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Technology and Engineering Education - Master of Science

Technology and Engineering Education graduate students will be expected to:

  • Exhibit an acceptable degree of professional competencies and proficiency essential for meeting educational and social challenges
  • Update their technical competencies and understandings in their major area
  • Analyze and evaluate recent issues in their field, such as curriculum innovations and strategies for program improvement and/or eimplementation
  • Explain how the relationship between their field and the academic disciplines impacts the development of their students
  • Identify and research problems in education and the results for professional development
  • Further their interest in and build appropriate technical skills appropriate to their teaching responsibilities

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Technology Management - Master of Science

Graduate students in the program will be expected to:

  • communicate effectively in written, oral, graphic, and visual modes;
  • understand the management of projects, human resources, and technology;
  • function effectively on teams and within a diverse environment; and
  • have knowledge of contemporary issues and an understanding of the impact of technology applications from a global perspective.

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