Course sequence & class schedules

All courses are offered in a hybrid format, combining synchronous instruction with on-line learning components. Students can choose to attend synchronous class meetings either in-person or via individual teleconferencing. Class meetings are on Wednesdays from 4:30-7:30 p.m. on the dates listed below. See learning outcomes.

Fall 1

6 credits

  • ED 610: 21st Century Curriculum Design (3 credits)
  • ED 630: Emerging Technology in Education (3 credits)

Spring 1

6 credits

  • ED 720: Data Analysis & Transforming Assessments (3 credits)
  • ED 730: Student-centered Differentiated Instruction (3 credits)

Summer 1

6 credits

  • ED 600: Introduction to Graduate Research in Education (3 credits)
  • ED 620: Cultural Competency & Schools (3 credits)

Fall 2

5 credits

  • ED 710: Instructional coaching (3 credits)
  • ED 750: Action Research I: Teacher Leadership (2 credits)

Spring 2

5 credits

  • ED 740: Effective School Leadership (3 credits)
  • ED 760: Action Research II (2 credits)

Summer 2

2 credits

  • ED 780: Culminating Research Project (2 credits)

Go to Catalog for course descriptions

Fall 1

3 credits

  • ED 630: Emerging Technology in Education (3 credits)

Spring 1

6 credits

  • ED 720: Data Analysis & Transforming Assessments (3 credits)
  • ED 730: Student-centered Differentiated Instruction (3 credits)

Summer 1

3 credits

  • ED 620: Cultural Competency & Schools (3 credits)

Fall 2

3 credits

  • ED 710: Instructional coaching (3 credits)

Spring 2

3 credits

  • ED 740: Effective School Leadership (3 credits)

Go to Catalog for course descriptions

A note about summer semesters

Completing a graduate course in two weeks requires approximately 50-60 hours per week. You should plan to be available on campus or on-line for synchronous class meetings, independent work, small-group discussions, and individual conferences between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. for the two weeks that this course is running. There will be some flexibility for independent assignments during those hours, but the compressed nature of the courses require fast turn-around and precise sequencing, so students need to be prepared for a full-time commitment during this course.