University of Southern Indiana

Master of Science in Education

The Master of Science in Education degree programs involve advanced study designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of teachers in elementary, middle, junior high, and senior high schools. Programs are offered in elementary and secondary education. The program blends studies of educational theory with analysis of current issues and practices in teaching well as specific discipline content. Students explore the ways in which knowledge and skills developed in the programs enhance teaching and learning.

Program tracks are offered in:

Degree Requirements

  1. Admission to candidacy for the degree. Candidacy application to be completed after 18 semester hours of coursework.

  2. Completion of 33 semester hours of coursework with a grade point average of 3.0 or higher.

  3. Approval by the advisor of the completed graduate student portfolio for candidacy, as well as the teacher action research project at the end of the program.

  4. Completion of a formal application for graduation.

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