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Sacred Heart University | Wayne State University | University of Georgia | K-12

Courses Taught


Course #



Summer 2017


Master’s Thesis/Project Seminar

Spring 2017


Reading/Writing Educational Literature



EDU716: Reading/Writing Educational Literature
Reading and Writing Educational Research is part of the research core completed by students pursuing the Master of Arts in Education degree. EDU716 immerses the MA candidate in reading and analyzing the current theoretical and empirical literature on an educational topic connected to his/her MA project or thesis. Students are expected to define their topic and write a literature review in anticipation of their Master’s project or thesis. This course incorporates writing instruction, practice, and support for students undertaking graduate study in order to acquire the conventions of academic writing expected of Masters level students.

EDUC 795 Master’s Thesis/Project Seminar
The Master’s Thesis/Project Seminar provides support and direction during the development and completion of the thesis requirement for a Master’s degree in Education. The thesis requirement may be fulfilled either through a research study or an applied project with the approval of the thesis advisor. Students who do not complete the thesis requirement during this course are required to enroll in EDUC 796 each semester until their thesis requirement for the degree is met.