Content Qualification Options and Course Rotations


English              18 Hours Fall Spring Summer
ENGL 650 Studies in British Literature (3) Summer Even
ENGL 653 Language and Culture (3) Summer
ENGL 660 Studies in American Literature Summer Odd
ENGL 664 Literature & Literacy for Children and Young Adults (3) Fall         
ENGL 676 Research in Teaching Writing (3) Summer Even
ENGL 680 Teaching College English (3) Spring       

 
Communication 18 Hours Fall Spring Summer
COMM 611 Communication Theory (3) Spring Even
COMM 630 Instructional Communication and Technology (3) Fall Even
COMM 645 Media Uses and Effects (3) Spring Odd
COMM 650 Advanced Interpersonal Communication (3) Summer Even
COMM 660 Group Communication, Team Building and Leadership (3) Summer Odd
COMM 655 Advanced Intercultural Communication (3) Fall Odd


The proposed list of courses and rotations below would start in the summer of 2019 (check for updates)
History               18 Hours Fall Spring Summer
HIST 694 Thinking Historically:  Skills and Sources (3) Summer 2019
HIST 699 French Revolution and the Age of Napoleon (3)                 Fall 2019
HIST 630 Democratization in the 20th Century(3) TBD
HIST 640 The World Wars (3) TBD
HIST 650 American Readings with special topic (3) TBD
HIST 660 European Readings with special topic (3) Spring 2020



Students who wish to earn the full Master of Education Degree, must complete the following sequence in addition to the 18 credit content area qualifications.

CORE CLASSES 15 hours
EDUC 610 Research in Education (3) Fall Spring Summer
EDUC 625 Issues in School, Community, and Family (3) Fall Summer
EDUC 640 Supervision and Assessment of Teachers & Learners (3) Spring Summer
EDUC 657 Exceptionality, Diversity, and Difference (3) Fall Spring
EDUC 685 Action Research (3) Fall Spring





SPECIAL PROGRAM 3 hours
689 (EDUC/ENGL) Research Application (1) Fall Spring Summer
698 (EDUC/ENGL) Capstone (2) Fall Spring Summer

Office Information

Mailing Address:
Office of Graduate Studies
101 College Street SW
Valley City, ND 58072
Phone: 701.845.7303
Fax: 701.845.7190
Email: graduate@vcsu.edu

For more information on:
Library and Information Technologies
concentration contact:
Donna James
Email: donna.james@vcsu.edu

For more information on:
Technology Education
concentration contact:
Dr. Peder Gjovik - Department Chair
Phone: 701.845.7448
Email: peder.gjovik@vcsu.edu

For more information on:
Teaching & Technology concentration contact:
Dr. Heather Kvilvang
Phone: 701.845.7199
Email: heather.kvilvang@vcsu.edu

For more information on:
Elementary Education concentration contact:
Dr. Heather Kvilvang
Phone: 701.845.7199
Email: heather.kvilvang@vcsu.edu

For more information on:
English Language Learners concentration contact:
Dr. Joan Aus  
Phone: 701.845.7187 
Email: joan.aus@vcsu.edu

For more information on:
English Education concentration contact:
Dr. Greg Brister 
Phone: 701.845.7317 
Email:  greg.brister@vcsu.edu
Contact Information

Questions on Graduate Studies:
Misty Lindgren - Coordinator of Extended Learning
Phone: 701.845.7303
Email: graduate@vcsu.edu

Chasity Lovell- Assistant
Phone: 701.845.7602 
Email: chasity.lovell@vcsu.edu

Office of Graduate Studies
Dr. James Boe - Dean 
Phone: 701.845.7304
Email: jim.boe@vcsu.edu

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