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.