Master of Arts in Education and Human Development - Individualized Program

The master of art in education and human development individualized degree program provides students with an opportunity to develop a program of study that cuts across existing fields, both within the Graduate School of Education and Human Development and between the School and other schools and departments of the University and the Consortium. It is designed to meet specific career and professional objectives of applicants who have unique needs. The flexible program structure can be tailored to prepare for new and emerging fields in education and human development. This program is available within or across the five departments of the Graduate School of Education and Human Development. 

Specific admission requirements are shown on the Graduate Program Finder.

The following requirements must be fulfilled: 30 credits distributed as outlined below:

12 credits of core foundation curriculum courses in human development, social/historical/philosophical foundations in education, and curriculum
12 credits of courses that meet student’s program goals and objectives
Minimum of 6 credits of fieldwork or the equivalent
All work toward the degree must be specified at the time the initial program is developed.