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The goal of the graduate education program is to contribute to the empowerment of educators, so that they can become change agents in their environment and advocates for their students. The program uses an action/reflection model that encourages educators to review their practice, evaluate it, gather new information and, then revise and implement changes as appropriate. It is a recursive process that should continue throughout one's career. Part of the value of education is the ability to share with other practicing professionals, through the process of renewal.
In every profession, there is a generative process in which those practicing desire to pass on, to subsequent generations, their acquired knowledge and skills. Part of the maturity developed in practice is the willingness to mentor others in the profession. The graduate program encourages educators to develop these and other leadership skills, so that they make a lasting contribution to the field of education.
For specific information related to graduate education programs, including admissions requirements, please refer to the Graduate School.
Graduate Programs in Education
Graduate Education Course Schedule
All course schedules are subject to change.