Thursday, January 21, 2016
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
116 Willard Hall Education Building
16 West Main Street, Newark, DE
Learn about graduate programs in the following areas:
- Ph.D. and M.S. in Human Development and Family Studies
- Ed.D. in Educational Leadership
- M.Ed. in Educational Technology
- M.Ed. in Exceptional Children and Youth
- M.A. in Teaching English as a Second Language
- Online M.Ed. in Teacher Leadership (See info-session below)
Participants will meet faculty and current students to gain a better understanding of CEHD programs designed to prepare the next generation of scholars. See how our students are making a difference or visit CEHD graduate programs for more information about CEHD graduate programs.
Reserve your space! Contact Christina Johnston at email@example.com or (302) 831-6955 by Jan. 20.
All interested K-12 teachers are invited to participate in UD’s first online Master of Education in Teacher Leadership info-session. In this one-hour, live internet event, you’ll hear faculty member, Dr. Rachel Karchmer-Klein, discuss her research in Internet technology and literacy, as well as her insight into what makes the UD online MEdTL program so unique. Guests will also learn application tips from one of our admissions counselors.
Register for the online info-session here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2334905671325523201
Take classes before you commit
If you aren’t certain you’re ready to apply to grad school, but would like to see if our program is a good fit, you can register for courses though our Professional and Continuing Education program. Up to nine graduate credits can be applied to your degree, if you apply and are admitted to a graduate program.
For example, this spring, you could register for:
- EDUC 685: Multimedia Literacy
- EDUC 658: Discipline and Classroom Management
- EDUC 745: Collaborative Teaming in Special Education
- EDUC 863: Program Evaluation in Education
- EDUC827: Analysis of Secondary Data for Decision Making
- EDUC 897: Curriculum Planning and Design
- HDFS 665: Play, Development and Education
Restrictions apply. For details, please contact a program coordinator in the School of Education or Dr. Jason Hustedt in Human Development and Family Studies.
Visit our Graduate Tuition page to learn about available scholarships and assistantships.