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Master's Degrees

Master's programs require a minimum of 30 graduate credits. Students must maintain an overall B average.  Students may elect courses in the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Visual and Performing Arts, the College for Human Development, the College of Law and other SU colleges in addition to education courses.  Master's degree students usually complete their studies with an extensive examination or a thesis. The examination is taken during the final semester and is based on the total program. The thesis must show evidence of original scholarly work.  For more information, please view the Master's "OrangeBook" student handbook.

Counseling and Human Services

Cultural Foundations of Education

Exercise Science

Higher/Postsecondary Education

Instructional Design, Development and Evaluation

Reading and Language Arts

Teaching and Leadership