MA in Educational Studies
LMU's innovative MA in Educational Studies program offers you the opportunity to design a tailored, personalized MA curriculum that reflects your personal and professional goals. In this program, you take 30 units of coursework: 4 core courses (12 units), and 6 elective courses (18 units) selected in consultation with your academic advisor. Because you can choose your electives from any of the School of Education's available courses, this program offers you maximum flexibility in designing your study plan, and allows you to center your coursework around your personal goals and professional objectives.
This program does not lead to a California teaching credential, and as such is not the best program for those who plan to work as teachers in the California K-12 public school system. If you are interested in LMU's Teacher Preparation Program, which combines a California SB 2042 Preliminary Teaching Credential with an MA in Education, click here.
Core Courses (12 units)
- EDLC 6100 Anthropological Analysis of Cultural Diversity
- EDES 6103 Curriculum and Instructional Leadership
- EDLA 6105 Assessment and Research Methodology
- EDSS 6106 Human Development and Learning
Elective Courses (18 units)
In consultation with the Program Director, you will select six additional 5000 or 6000 level Education classes. Two may be in another discipline. At least 18 units of coursework taken in the program must be at the 6000 level.
Comprehensive Assessment (choose one option)
- EDUC 6995 Comprehensive Examination
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Last updated November 3, 2015