Academic Catalog August 2008 - August 2009 Undergraduate and Graduate
This degree is appropriate if you are seeking advanced preparation in teaching and curriculum and wish to prepare for professional participation in public and private schools, community colleges, and government and other agencies.
For this 90-unit program, which involves completing a dissertation, you take:
ECI 710, 730, and 740 (9 units)
one of EDF 703 and 711 and EPS 712 (3 units)
EDF 672 (3 units)
ECI 675, EPS 525, and EDR 610 and 611 (12 units)
3 units in an educational foundations course numbered 500 or above
ECI 761 and 796 and EPS 720 (9 units)
one of EDR 720, 725, and 730 (3 units)
EPS 625 or 725 (3 units)
18 hours in a planned focus covering current thought in an area of applied curriculum and instruction
(These must include courses in foundational/theoretical/philosophical perspectives, research methodology, and new developments.)
one of ECI 649, 666, 696, and 771 (3 units)
(We recommend that this course be outside your focus area.)
ECI 798 (3 units)
12 units of additional graduate coursework
9 units of ECI 799, for the research, writing, and oral defense of an approved dissertation
(Please note that you may end up taking more than 9 units of dissertation credit because you must register for ECI 799 each semester while working on your dissertation.)
Click here, Doctoral Requirements, for more information about residency and other requirements that pertain to this degree.
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