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Department of Educational Leadership

Department of Educational Leadership

Degrees


Below are the plans of study for the Master of Science (M.S.), Post-Master’s Certificate (PMC), and Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Developmental Education.  The documents are in .pdf formats. If you don't have adobe reader, then please click here.

Master Programs

The Master of Science in Developmental Education prepares individuals as teachers, administrators, and student development specialists in learning assistance programs in postsecondary education. Developmental educators work both in the traditional classroom and in the workplace, using counseling, administration, management, and instructional design skills to help the nontraditional learner.

Plans of Study for Students Admitted from Spring 2019

Plan of Study for Students Admitted from Fall 2008 through Fall 2018

Post-Master’s Certificate (PMC)

The Post-Master’s Certificate in Developmental Education prepares faculty and administrators who have master’s or doctoral degrees in various academic disciplines to work more effectively in developmental education, remedial education, and learning support programs. These programs primarily serve academically underprepared, at-risk, and nontraditional learners in community and technical colleges and four-year colleges and universities. The PMC is designed to appeal to faculty and administrators in community and technical colleges where many personnel are not expected to have terminal degrees, but who need some graduate preparation to work with developmental learners who comprise a large part of their clientele.

Doctoral Programs

The Doctor of Education Degree (Ed.D.) Program is designed to prepare researchers, practitioners, and leaders for postsecondary education, business, industry, government, and human services. Developmental educators work both in the traditional classroom and in the workplace, using counseling, administration, management, and instructional design skills to help the nontraditional learner.

Plan of Study for Students Admitted from Spring 2019

Plan of Study for Students Admitted from Fall 2008 through Fall 2018