Human Development (online), Master of Education (M.Ed.)
Non-thesis only: 30 credits required
This program is offered entirely online and can be taken from anywhere with stable internet access. Classes are held synchronously in the evenings in the EST time zone. This program does not offer Maryland State certification. In addition to the required coursework below, students must complete a scholarly paper. Please contact Program Director Dr. Lauren Trakhman email@example.com or Graduate Program Coordinator Jannitta Graham firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
|EDHD600||Introduction to Human Development and Child Study||3|
|EDHD662||Research Methods in Education Settings||3|
|EDHD751||Child Development and Poverty||3|
|EDHD703||Source Selection, Multimedia, & Misinformation: How Students Learn to Navigate Evidence in the 21st Century||3|
|EDHD720||Social Development and Socialization Processes||3|
|EDHD722||Learning Theory and the Educative Process||3|
|EDHD617||Achievement Motivation in Adolescence||3|
|EDHD635||Adolescents at Risk||3|
|EDHD674||Self Processes in Adolescence: Implications for Academic Achievement and School Adjustment||3|
|EDHD692||Cognitive Basis of Instruction||3|
The University of Maryland and the College of Education require that students complete a Seminar Paper for fulfillment of M.Ed. Program requirements. This extra- curricular requirement is completed as an independent study experience, under the guidance of the program director and an assigned faculty paper advisor.