Students are expected to plan their coursework for the academic year in the Autumn quarter by consulting with their advisor, program director, and Explore Courses/Axess. Questions about the time schedule may be directed to the Associate Director of Degree Programs and Faculty Affairs, Tommy Liu at email@example.com.
There is no limit to the number of cross-listed courses that students may count toward the minimum number of Education units required for their program, except where limits are expressly placed for their particular program's requirements (for example, in the Joint Degree program with the GSB).
STEP courses are designed specifically for students in that program. Their courses are closely integrated with one another and are typically linked to the student teaching experience. The exclusive focus of these courses on the professional preparation of teachers often makes them unsuitable for students in other programs at the Graduate School of Education. Students interested in taking STEP courses not designated "STEP only" in Explore Courses should contact the instructor of the course to determine if enrollment is possible.
In order to assist students with data collection and analysis for their Master's Projects, students will be required (or are highly encouraged) to enroll in a methodology class. Two methodology courses are most popular and are either required or highly recommended for the majority of Master's students in the Graduate School of Education: EDUC 200A, Introduction to Data Analysis and Interpretation, and EDUC 200B, Introduction to Qualitative Research Methods.
Students in the CTE and LDT programs are required to take either EDUC 200A or 200B to fulfill their program's Research Methods requirement.
Students in ICE/IEPA are required to take two methodology courses from a pre-approved list, which includes EDUC 200A and 200B.
Students in POLS are required to take one methodology course from a pre-approved list, which includes EDUC 200A and EDUC 200B.
Since EDUC 200A and 200B are courses in high demand, enrollment in both of these courses is limited and registration in EDUC 200B is managed based on a priority list by program. A few additional notes:
|Section 1||Section 2|
|Autumn Quarter 2023||Autumn Quarter 2023|
|Class # (for Registration): 1873||Class # (for Registration): 1901|
|Instructor: Guillermo Solano-Flores||Instructor: Candace Thille|
|Mondays & Wednesdays 4:30pm-5:50pm||Tuesdays & Thursdays 3:00-4:20pm|
|Section 1||Section 2|
|Autumn Quarter 2023||Winter Quarter 2024|
|Class # (for Registration): 1874||Class # (for Registration): 1163|
|Instructor: Denise Pope||Instructor: Ann Jaquith|
|Thursdays 9:00-11:50am||Tuesdays 8:30-11:20am|
|1st: LDT||1st: ICE/IEAPA|
|2nd: POLS and CTE||2nd: CTE and POLS|
|3rd: ICE/IEAPA||3rd: LDT|