Masters of Science in Education

Curriculum and Instruction - Instructional Leadership/   Business and Information Technology Education

 

Program of Study - 36 hours

 

Professional Education Core Courses (12 hours)

EDU 603 Introduction to Graduate Studies & Research (3)
EDU 652 Instructional Theory & Practice (3)

EDU 658 Fundamentals of Curriculum Development PK-16 (3)
EDU 674 History/Philosophy of Education (3)

 

Business Education Emphasis (15-18 hours)

Students pursuing the MSE in Curriculum & Instruction-Instructional Leadership in Business and Information Technology Education must select either Business Education or Information Technology as an area of emphasis.
      Business Education Emphasis (15 hours)
            BUS 602 Issues in Business Education (3)
            BUS 621 Seminar in Business Education Instruction (3)
            BUS 630 Workshop in Business Education (3)
            BUS 640 Research in Business and Information Technology Education (3)
            Electives (3 hours) to be selected from the following offerings OR by advisement:
            CED 650 Curriculum Development in Career/Technical Education (3)
            CIS 575 Topics in CIS: Emerging Technologies (3)
            CSC 548 Web and Multimedia Content Design (3)
            EDU 682 Developing and Integrating Computer Applications in the Classroom (3)

 

Information Technology Emphasis (18 hours)

      Note:  Students who have already completed any of the 400-level course counterparts of the
      500-level courses in the Information Technology Emphasis will be encouraged by
      advisement to select the Business Education Emphasis instead.
            BUS 640 Research in Business and Information Technology Education (3)
            CIS 554 Technology Platforms, Hardware and Operating Systems (3)
            CIS 557 Networking and Technology Management (3)
            CIS 575 Topics in CIS: Emerging Technologies (3)
            CSC 542 Program Design and Documentation (3)
            CSC 548 Web and Multimedia Content Design (3)
Students who complete the Information Technology Emphasis AND complete 40 clock hours of documented clinical information technology experience at the elementary and/or secondary levels will have met the requirements for the Information Technology Supplemental Endorsement.  It is the student’s responsibility to contact the WSC Computer Technology and Information Systems department for the appropriate forms for documenting the clinical experience before starting that experience.

 

Electives (9 hours; 600 level or above)

 

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