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A member of the graduate education faculty will serve as the major advisor. A graduate faculty member from the history area will serve as area advisor, and both signatures will be required on the Approved Program Form. Any change in an Approved Program Form must be initiated by the student and be submitted to the Graduate Office accompanied with written approval from both advisors. This degree requires 32 credits, at least 16 of which shall be from courses numbered 600 or above.
|Ed 61-695||Philosophy of Education
|Ed 61-649||OR Issues in Education|
|Ed 61-682||Methods of Educational Research||2|
|Ed 61-683||Research Paper||1|
|Subject Field Requirements||21|
|Ed 61-650||Improvement of Teaching||3|
|Ed 61-651||Seminar and Practicum in Teaching||3|
|Hist 33-601||Research Methods and Historiography||3|
|Soc Sci 36-680||Problems of Teaching Secondary Social Studies||2|
|History Electives as directed||10|
|Total Course Hours Required||32|
The examination will be scheduled and administered by faculty members in the College of Education and Human Services. The content of the examination will be equally divided between those courses required in education and the history area. Each department will be responsible for the construction and evaluation of its portion of the comprehensive examination. The degree candidate must pass both portions of the examination