Inquiry Seminars and Advanced Field Practicum for Students Enrolled in Selected M.Ed. Programs
Inquiry Seminars, a capstone option for many M.Ed. students, are group-based inquiries of topics within a given theme or topic determined by the professor. Often semester-length projects, they may take longer, depending upon the given inquiry.
In addition to the list below, flyer's for Inquiry Seminars are posted at each of the regional program centers. Students must complete a Capstone Intent Form and have them approved by the Program Centers and instructing faculty, before registering for the capstones.
Inquiry Seminars are available either online (OLC) or at the regional centers. Regardless of the center where students tend to take classes, the Inquiry Seminars are open to students attending any program center.
Which Inquiry Seminar Should You Take?
See the Attached Document that Lists Inquiry Seminars and Other Capstone Options Available for Each M.Ed. Program
Inquiry Seminars and Advanced Field Practicum Available During the Upcoming Semesters or Terms
Please see the list below for the available sections of EDUC 710, Advanced Field Practicum, a course required in many of the M.Ed. programs. While EDUC 710 is often integrated with the EDUC 788 Inquiry Seminar, it is not a requirement to do so. As such, students enrolled in those EDUC 788 seminars without the EDUC 710 may need to take it at some point before completing their programs (see the attached list of program requirements). Should a faculty member not be offering EDUC 710 with EDUC 788, a generic section of the course is offered each semester. Contact the instructor of the EDUC 710 class for more information.