MAED in Educational Studies

The graduate track in Educational Studies is designed for individuals who want to continue developing their professional commitment and competence in a non-school related setting where a Masters degree may be desirable or required. Graduate students in the program examine current educational theory and practice and explore a variety of viewpoints to reflectively develop their professional competence and leadership style. They explore social issues affecting teaching, and expand their awareness of and respect for the unique development of education for adults and other learners. During their course work, they consider effective collaboration with and accountability to students, colleagues, and the community. Reexamining the development of values and professional ethics, candidates in this program gain greater intellectual and ethical insight.


Curriculum Requirements

The Educational Studies program consists of 34 hours of course work. Additional curriculum information can be found in the graduate catalog.

Course Number

Course Title

Credits

EDU 600

Professional Educator Seminar

0

EDU 610 or EDU 615

History and Philosophy of Education or Contemporary Issues in Education

3

EDU 611

Curriculum Theory and Design

3

EDU 612

Instructional and Curriculum Design and Evaluation

3

EDL 620

School Law

3

EDL 640

School and Community Relations

3

EDU 641

Educational Research & Statistics          

3

EDU 645

Action Research Planning

2

EDU 691

Internship in Educational Studies

4

EDU 698

Portfolio Assessment

1

 

Electives (see below)

9

 

Total credits

34


Elective Courses

Course Number

Course Title

Credits

EDL 630

Leadership Theory

3

SPE 505

Characteristics and Instruction of Diverse Learners

3

EDU 510

Foundations of American Education

3

EDU 602

Multicultural Education

3

EDU 621

Character Development in Education

3

EDU 650

Advanced Educational Psychology

3

CNL 606

Human Development and Learning

3

MBA 651

Global Organization & Management

3

MBA 653

Stakeholder Management and Ethics

3

 

Location

McKendree offers the Educational Studies program on the Lebanon campus and online (please note not all the electives are offered online).


Transfer Credit Restriction

No more than nine (9) semester credits will be accepted in transfer and can not be more than six (6) years old. Transfer credit must be submitted for approval prior to or during the first semester of enrollment.


Office of Graduate Admission

701 College Road
Lebanon, IL 62254
618-537-6576
800-BEARCAT ext. 6576
graduate@mckendree.edu