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Graduate Courses and Degree Programs
Individual Courses
Master’s Degree Programs
Educational Specialist
Doctoral Degree Programs

Graduate Courses and Degree Programs

Individual Fully Online Courses Open to All Graduate Students
EDUC 6601, Research and Writing
EDUC 6602, Theories of Learning
EDUC 6610, Applied Educational Statistics
EDUC 6622, Educational Assessment and Evaluation
EDUC 6630, Advanced Elementary Methods
EDUC 6631, Advanced Secondary Methods
EDUC 6641, Advanced Studies in K12 Curriculum
EDUC 6648, Independent Problems in Education
EDUC 6651, Field Project/Case Study
EDUC 6649, Seminar in Education

EDLT 6616, Technology for Teachers

Individual Blended and/or Video Conference Supported Courses Open to All Graduate Students

  • EDUC 5560, Foundations of ESL
  • EDUC 5563, ESL Methods
  • EDUC 5564, ESL Practicum (1 credit)

Fully Online/Blended Master’s Programs

Deaf Education: All program courses (EDHH & many EDUC courses) are offered online. Many acceptable electives (3 credits) are available online as well (FO)

Elementary Education: All elementary education program courses (EDUC courses) are offered online. Some content emphasis areas (12 credits) are fully online, videoconference delivered, and/or delivered via independent study. Email program for specific content areas offered online (FO/B)

Education Administration: Coursework leading to Principal certification is offered via a blended combination of on-line supported, video-conferencing, and face-to-face instruction. E-mail the program for specific content information offered online. (B)

Instructional Technology: All instructional technology courses (EDLT courses) are taught online, with one campus meeting per course per semester required. Email program for more information (FO)

Literacy Education: Coursework in Literacy Education is offered via a blended combination of on-line and and face-to-face instruction. E-mail the program for specific content information offered online. (B)

Secondary Education: All secondary education program courses (EDUC courses) are offered online. Some content emphasis areas are fully online, video conference delivered, and/or delivered via independent study. Email program for specific content areas offered online. (FO/B)

Fully Online/Blended Educational Specialist and Doctoral Programs

Educational Specialist Degrees

Education Administration: The Ed.S. degree leading to Superintendent certification is offered through a combination of on-line supported and video-conferencing delivered instruction. E-mail the program for specific content information offered online. (B)

School Psychology: The Ed.S. degree in School Psychology is the only school psychology program in Idaho fully approved by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP). The program is offered through a combination of on-line supported and video-conferencing delivered instruction. E-mail the program for specific content information offered online. (B)

Doctor of Philosophy

Instructional Design: Fifty-two (52) credits of the doctoral degree are offered fully online; 15 core classes are taught via videoconferencing or online. Email program for admission requirements. (B)

Doctor of Education

Education Administration: The K-12 emphasis (61 credits) or the Higher Education emphasis (64 credits) are offered through a combination of on-line supported and video-conferencing delivered instruction to support student-faculty and student-student interaction. E-mail the program for specific content information offered online. (B)

FO = Fully Online
B = Blended Delivery (online/in person courses offered)




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