Continuing and Graduating Students

This portion of the Handbook is for continuing and graduating students.

We hope you are enjoying your studies in the Masters of Education (MEd) in Curriculum Studies program. Our faculty is committed to providing a graduate program that has meaning and value for you, and leads to a sense of personal and professional accomplishment. The information that follows is designed to help you complete the program successfully, and is presented in these sections: (a) General Information, (b) the Semester You Plan to Graduate (b) Culminating Requirements, (c) Final Examination (Oral) for Plan A and/or Plan B, and (d) Advising Documents.

The CS department recognizes the kuleana that students take on when engaging in our mission to build a more socially just, sustainable and equitable society within the Curriculum Studies programs.  When concerns about a student’s performance arise, our department is committed to developing a collaborative process to support that student through their academic program. Please see Student Support and Review Policy & Procedures for more information. 

You may also download  PDF versions of the handbook for Continuing and Graduating students.