Education in a democracy is accepted as the most important human activity for the maintenance, perpetuation, and advancement of the society. The Education Department at CSC is dedicated to the development of visionary leaders. The program recognizes the institutional responsibility of developing leadership that promotes collaborative engagement and advocacy to influence policy development to serve all constituents in our profession. The faculty within the Education Department act upon a set of common beliefs that reflect the importance placed upon the preparation of qualified professional educators who will assume leadership roles within the local education community and the education profession at large. Students are valued as unique individual learners, each wanting to learn and also capable of making good learning decisions. Each student is a client to be served by the staff of CSC and in turn the student (candidate) will serve others after graduation in their role as an educator.
CSC believes the educator’s role is to facilitate learning. The facilitation of learning is accomplished by creating opportunities for all learners to participate actively in the learning environment and to process knowledge through methods appropriate to their individual learning styles. CSC’s model is based to a great extent on the constructivist theory of learning. Various methods of instruction are planned to be consistent with sound theory and current research findings. Individual faculty members are free to use varied approaches and personalized techniques in instruction. In creating a non-threatening learning climate, allowances for learning styles are encouraged and responded to through appropriate teaching styles and open communication among all participants. Learning is believed to be inherently joyful and efforts toward developing and maintaining this end are supported. The demands of the subject matter are not diminished in the teaching effort which will produce the greatest positive change.
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- Research Design and Data Analysis
- Educational Philosophy
- Curriculum Development
- School Law
- Advanced Methods of Performance Assessment
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Start dates & application deadlines
- Apply before , National
- Apply before , International
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- Submit an online Admission Application
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- ACT/SAT Scores
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- English Proficiency
- Applicants to a CSC graduate (master's) degree program must have earned an undergraduate (bachelor's) degree equivalent to a 4-year (120 credit hour), regionally-accredited U.S. undergraduate degree
- MEd.: School Administrators – 18-24 credits of professional education courses is a prerequisite for admission. The Certification Officer should be consulted to determine whether a satisfactory Core Basic Skills score and courses in Special Education and Human Relations may be required.
- MEd.: School Counseling and Curriculum and Instruction – a teaching certificate is required for admission.
International349 USD/creditTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 349 USD per credit and a duration of .
National349 USD/creditTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 349 USD per credit and a duration of .
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