1. graduation credits: 30 credits (not including 6 credits of thesis)
2. Students with dual status as teacher educators and graduate students in the Graduate School of Education may take up to three courses per semester; second-year master’s students may take at least one course per semester.
3. To increase opportunities for diversity in the curriculum, students may take up to 9 credits of courses across groups, departments, and schools.
4. Students entering the master’s program from the 108th year onward are required to take at least 2 credits of graduate general studies courses before graduation.
5. 3 lectures, 3 thesis projects and 3 oral exams are to be completed before graduation
The Master of Education Program requires the completion of a minimum of 32 credits of study and to complete a master’s thesis. Graduate students must choose one of the following fields of study: educational administration, or science education. The curriculum encompasses 2 components: core courses and electives in all fields.