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Rebecca Schneider
Chair
419-530-5373 - phone
Rebecca.Schneider@utoledo.edu

 

AnneMarie Simon
Secretary
419-530-5371 - phone
annemarie.simon@utoledo.edu

Graduate Studies in Education & History

College of Graduate Studies

Contact
Dr. Victoria Stewart
(419) 530-2204, victoria.stewart@utoledo.edu
or
Chair, Curriculum & Instruction
(419) 530-5371

Degrees Offered

ME

Part-time Program Offered

Yes

Evenings Offered

Yes

Weekend Offerings

No

Online Offerings

Some

PROGRAM OVERVIEW   
The Master of Arts in Education and History is offered by the College of Education in collaboration with the College of Arts and Sciences. The Master of Arts and Education degree is designed for students who wish to combine study of history with education. Students have an advisor in both the College of Education and in the College of Arts and Sciences who jointly plan and direct the program. Students may complete their culminating experience in either education or history.

OF SPECIAL INTEREST
Students seeking initial teacher licensure in Social Studies should enroll in the Master’s of Secondary Education (LAMP).

CURRICULUM INFORMATION
The program features 12 hours in education, 21 hours in history or social studies education, and 3 hours of thesis, seminar, or project.

INTERNAL ADMISSIONS DEADLINES
Admissions are ongoing.

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Last Updated: 2/8/16