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M.S.E. Overview

students in Dr. Kelli Thomas' classThe Master of Science in Curriculum and Instruction is available in both a 30-hour and a 36-hour track. The Master of Science in Education allows students to select an area of concentration for graduate study. A minimum of 12 hours must be completed in curriculum and instruction coursework. The 30-hour track master's program concludes with a thesis or project. The 36-hour master's program concludes with an examination covering the graduate level coursework. The examination is administered to the student during enrollment in the final credit hour course for the degree.

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An update on C&T faculty-conducted research: Last May, Dr. Barbara Bradley was awarded a $135,000 grant from the National Endowment for Financial Education to study young children's development of financial and college-bound identities. The project is collaborative with researchers from the School of Social Welfare, the Departments of Sociology and Linguistics, & the School of Education. Her study is part of a larger project providing savings accounts and financial education to kindergartners in the LPS and following the children and their family members for several years to look at outcomes related to financial and college-bound identity formation in 2 experimental groups and one control group.
“The whole issue of diversity has changed," said Novak: http://t.co/1BXI3dPuhG http://t.co/hP9gYJV6cy


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  • Associate professor Diane Nielsen involved in $120 million project to overhaul how reading is taught to children by 2015
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  • Alumni have received the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching and the Horizon Award