MEd-CS Interdisciplinary Education is a minimum 30-credit track that allows the study of a single content concentration based on the candidate’s choice or combined with other subjects resulting in a broader, more diverse focus. The interdisciplinary track will provide flexibility to adapt to the needs and interests of the students and make best use of faculty expertise.
12-core credits plus at least 18-credits selected in consultation with the program advisor.
Required Core Courses:
- EDCS 622G: Curriculum Leadership
- EDCS 606: Introduction to Research
- EDCS 632: Qualitative Research Methods
- EDCS 667G: Seminar in Curriculum Issues
EDCS or Content Courses (400 or 600 level) selected by candidates and approved by advisors in Art, Literacy, Mathematics, Multicultural Education, Science, and/or Social studies, such as (but not limited to):
- EDCS 608: Literacies across the Disciplines
- EDCS 627: Teaching and Learning with Art Objects, Collections & Site Visits
- EDCS 630: Cultural Diversity and Education
- EDCS 640J: Seminar, Science
- EDCS 640P: Seminar, Place-based Education
- EDCS 653F: Mathematics in the Schools, Integrated Math Content
- EDCS 671 Contemporary Native Hawaiian Education (3)