Information about registering for classes on another campus may be found in the Enrollment section of this bulletin.

Course are generally organized by program areas within departments (some areas are used by all departments within a program). A list of courses offered by the various departments within the School of Education can be found on the left-side menu bar and organized by department below:

  • Counseling and Educational Psychology: Counseling (G); Inquiry Methods (P; Y); Learning and Developmental Sciences/Educational Psychology (P); School Psychology (P).
  • Curriculum and Instruction: Art Education (Z); Curriculum Studies (J); Elementary/Early Childhood (E); High Ability (W; Z); Mathematics Education (N); Multicultural/Urban Education (T); Science Education (Q); Secondary Education (S); Social Studies Education (M); Special Education (K).
  • Educational Leadership and Policy Studies: Educational Leadership (A); Higher Education (C); Higher Education and Student Affairs (U); History, Philosophy, and Policy Studies in Education (H).
  • Instructional Systems Technology: Adult Education (D); Computer Education (W); Instructional Systems Technology (R).
  • Literacy; Culture and Language Education: Literacy, Culture, and Language Education (L) includes courses in English; World Language; English as a New/Second Language; Reading.
  • Courses across all departments: Experimental (F); Field Experience/Methods (M); Graduate Education (G); In-Service Education (W); Master's Thesis (X).

The official list of courses in each program does not indicate which courses are offered regularly by those programs. Most courses are not offered every term. Check with the department or program advisor to determine which courses are offered regularly, and check the Schedule of Classes published online by the Registrar to determine which courses are being offered in the current academic term.

The registrar's code for all School of Education graduate courses is EDUC. The number of credit hours assigned to each course is indicated in parentheses following the course title. The letter "P" following credit hours indicates prerequisites; the letter "C" indicates corequisites. Not all courses listed in this bulletin are offered every year. Inquiries concerning the availability or suitability of a particular course should be directed to the appropriate departmental chairperson.

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