EDU 652 - Master’s Project
The Master’s Project is a culminating experience in the master of education programs, building on work begun in EDU 651 and resulting in extensive research and writing on a topic appropriate to a student's program under direction of a project advisor.
Candidates’ projects demonstrate comprehensive understandings of the knowledge and practices of their selected field of study and evidence that they have met all College criteria for the master’s degree and the New York State Education Department criteria for the initial or professional certification sought. Prerequisites: EDU 522, 524, 551, 651, 660, 671 and LIT 539; completion of 30-hour master’s program. S, U grades are assigned (3 cr. hr.)
Frequency code B = offered at least once per year
Additional frequency code descriptions can be found in the Terminology Guide.
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