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University of Central Oklahoma Graduate Catalog 2021-2022Academic Degree Programs52

College of Education & Professional StudiesEducation Building, Room 225Telephone: 405 - 974 - 5105Fax: 405 - 974 - 3851Website: www.uco.edu/ceps/Dr. Bryan Duke, Interim DeanDr. Darla Fent-Kelly, Interim Associate DeanDr. Mike Nelson, Assistant DeanTBD, Assistant DeanDepartment ChairsDr. Laressa Beliele, Donna Nigh Dept. Adv. Professional & Special ServicesDr. Cheryl Evans, Assistant ChairDr. Daniel Vincent, Curriculum and InstructionDr. Regina Lopez, Assistant ChairDr. Kaye Sears, Human Environmental SciencesDr. Brandon Burr, Asstistant ChairDr. Debra Traywick, Kinesiology & Health StudiesDr. Jerel Cowan, Assistant ChairDr. Robin Lacy, Adult Education and Safety SciencesDr. Trevor Cox, Assistant ChairDr. Kimberly Pennington, Educational Sciences, Foundations & ResearchDr. Thomas Hancock, PsychologyDr. Alicia Limke-McLean, Assistant ChairThe names of graduate program advisors appear on the program degreesheets on the following pages. At the graduate level, the College ofEducation and Professional Studies awards the following degrees:Master of Arts (M.A.) Counseling PsychologyMaster of Education (M.Ed.) Adult and Higher Education Lifelong and E-Learning Interdisciplinary Studies Student Personnel Talent Development Bilingual Education - Teacherof English to Speakers of OtherLanguages Early Childhood Education Educational Leadership Elementary Education Library Media Education Reading School Counseling School and ProfessionalCounseling Secondary Education Special Education Mild/Moderate Sever/Profound Wellness Management Exercise ScienceMaster of Public Health (M.P.H.) Community EngagementMaster of Athletic Training (M.A.T.)Master of Science (M.S.) Athletic Training Behavior AnalysisGraduate Certificates Family and Child Studies E-Learning Infant/Child Specialist Marriage and Family Therapist Food Quality and Safety Licensed Professional Counseling Family Science Student Personnel-Program Nutrition and Food ScienceManagement Psychology Experimental Psychology Forensic Psychology General Psychology School Psychology Speech-Language PathologyThe College of Education and Professional Studies and its education programs are accredited by the National Council forthe Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE). The Speech-Language Pathology program is accredited by the Councilon Academic Accreditation (CAA) in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology of the American Speech-LanguageHearing Association.53

University of Central Oklahoma Graduate Catalog 2021-2022Program:Major:Degree:Adult & Higher EducationLifelong and E-LearningMaster of Education (M.Ed.)Dept:College:Major Code:Adult Education & Safety ScienceEducation and Professional Studies3683Adult and Higher Education - Lifelong and E-Learning, M.Ed.This major provides students with preparation to work in teaching positions in community settings and in higher education institutions,such as community colleges and four-year colleges. Anticipated interest groups for Lifelong and E-Learning are persons wanting to teacheither online or in-person as their major responsibilities. This program provides students with the knowledge to implement technology asa tool for teaching and learning, and to enhance the delivery of teaching and learning experiences.Graduate Email:Office:Phone:Carlie Wellingtoncwellington@uco.eduBOX 106, EDU 225405 - 974 - 5105Dr. Michelle Johnsonmjohnson160@uco.eduHES 200405 - 974 - 5804Admission RequirementsSubmit the following items to:Jackson College of Graduate Studies100 N. University Drive, NUC 404Edmond, OK 73034Graduation RequirementsRequired Core Courses.16 HoursCoursePrefixCourseNo.Course TitleESFR5013Foundations of Educational ResearchADED5031Introduction to Adult and Higher EducationADED5163Leadership and Org. Comm. in AHEADED5233Learner-Centered Design & ImplementationADED5823The Adult LearnerADED5893*Capstone in Adult Education*Permission RequiredRequired Courses for Major.6 HoursCoursePrefix Online application for admission (www.uco.edu/graduate/). Official copies of graduate and undergraduate transcripts fromeach institute attended with all degrees posted. All transcriptsmust be from accredited institutions. Undergraduate transcriptsmust show a minimum 2.75 overall GPA or 2.75 GPA in the last60 hours attempted.* Submit a personal statement along with the application. This isa short essay to introduce yourself, discuss your career goalsand interest in our program. This statement is limited to twopages in length. Students with a native language other than English must submitevidence of English language proficiency. See Admission toGraduate Studies - English Language Proficiency (p.18).CourseNo.Course TitleADED5423Educational Program EvaluationADED5623Innovative Technology in ADEDGuided Electives.12 Hours(With program coordinator approval)CoursePrefix*Students falling below these standards may qualify forconditional admission. See Admission to Graduate Studies(p.17).Other Requirements Plan of Study. Each student must file a plan of study with theirgraduate advisor and the Jackson College of Graduate Studies(JCGS) by the end of the first semester of graduate work. Theplan must be signed and dated by the student and the graduateprogram advisor before it can be official. After admissions and before enrollment in the first semester,each student must make an appointment with their advisor todiscuss course enrollment. ADED 5031 Introduction to Adult andHigher Education, must be taken the first semester. AcademicStandards. Meet the following course work standards: Overall GPA of 3.00 of higher; Passing all core courses with at least a “B”, and having nomore than six credit hours of “C”. No more than six advisor-approved hours from traditionalcorrespondence courses. Complete writing assessment with passing score during firstsemester. Final Requirements. Apply for graduation through the JCGS bythe advertised deadline.CourseNo.Course TitleADED5073Management of Adult Education ProgramsADED5133History & Phil of Adult EducationADED5253Adult Development: Theory & PracticesADED5323Coaching and MentoringADED5333Motivational Concepts in Adult LearningADED5353Org. & Admin. In Adult & Higher Education.ADED5643Proposal & Grant WritingADED5523Creative Supervision SkillsADED5883Transformational LearningADED5753Developing Online Learning for AdultsADED5763Facilitating Online Learning for AdultsADED5263Workforce DiversityADED5653Classoom Assessment Techniques for AdultLearnersTOTAL HOURS REQUIRED. 34 HOURS54

University of Central Oklahoma Graduate Catalog 2021-2022Program:Certificate in E-LearningDept:College:Code:Adult Education and Safety SciencesEducation and Professional Studies3790As more learning is conducted in the online environment, from K-12 and online universities to large corporate trainingprograms, the rationale continues to be the same, user demand. Thus, industry and communities are using technologymore to meet learning needs. The need for adult education practitioners competent in the design, development, andfacilitation of adult learning in an online environment is supported within the field from conferences with themes revolvingaround the use of technology in the learning environment to new Masters and Doctoral Degree programs in Adult andHigher Education focusing on technology.Coordinator:Email:Office:Phone:Dr. Michelle Johnsonmjohnson160@uco.eduHES 200405 - 974 - 5804Admission RequirementsAlso see below for additional requirements based on type ofadmission. Online application for admission (www.uco.edu/graduate/). Bachelor’s or advanced degree from an appropriatelyaccredited institution, with an overall grade point average(GPA) of 2.75 or above. Official copies of undergraduate andgraduate transcripts from each institution attended with alldegrees posted. All transcripts must be from appropriatelyaccredited institutions. Evidence of English language proficiency, if not a nativespeaker. See Admission to Graduate Studies - EnglishLanguage Proficiency (p.18).Other Requirements Plan of Study. Each student must file a plan of study withtheir graduate program advisor and the Jackson College ofGraduate Studies (JCGS) by the end of the first semester ofgraduate work. The plan must be signed and dated by thestudent and the graduate program advisor before it can beconsidered official. Overall 3.00 GPA or higher. 50 percent of course hours must be completed in residence. No more than one “C” and no grade below a C. Note: All graduate grades, whether repeated or not, will applyto the graduate GPA calculations. No grade of “D” or lower willapply to the degree requirements.55Required Courses.12 HoursCoursePrefixCourseNo.Course TitleADED5233Learner Centered Design and ImplementationADED5623Innovative Technology in ADEDADED5763Facilitating Online Learning for AdultsADED5753Developing Online Learning for AdultsTOTAL HOURS REQUIRED. 12 HOURS

University of Central Oklahoma Graduate Catalog 2021-2022Program:Major:Degree:Adult & Higher EducationInterdisciplinary StudiesMaster of Education (M.Ed.)Dept:College:Major Code:Adult Education and Safety ScienceEducation and Professional Studies3684Adult and Higher Education - Interdisciplinary Studies, M.Ed.This major provides students with preparation to work in teaching positions in a variety of environments, including higher educationinstitutions, such as community colleges and four-year colleges. This major provides the student with preparation to work in a variety ofdisciplines that allow a non-specific master’s degree and desire an area of specialization. This major allows students to develop expertisein a subject area (e.g., Safety, English, History, Sociology, etc) while meeting the minimum requirements (18 hours) to teach their specialtyarea.Graduate Email:Office:Phone:Carlie Wellingtonthe advertised deadline.cwellington@uco.eduBOX 106, EDU 225 Graduation Requirements405 - 974 - 5105 Required Core Courses.16 HoursDr. Michelle Johnsonmjohnson160@uco.eduHES 200405 - 974 - 5804Admission RequirementsSubmit the following items to:Jackson College of Graduate Studies100 N. University Drive, NUC 404Edmond, OK 73034CoursePrefixCourseNo.Course TitleESFR5013Foundations of Educational ResearchADED5031Introduction to Adult and Higher EducationADED5163Leadership and Org. Comm in AHEADED5233Learner-Centered Design & ImplementaionADED5823The Adult LearnerADED5893*Capstone in Adult & Higher Education*Permission Required Online application for admission (www.uco.edu/graduate/). Official copies of graduate and undergraduate transcripts fromeach institute attended with all degrees posted. All transcriptsmust be from accredited institutions. Undergraduate transcriptsmust show a minimum 2.75 overall GPA or 2.75 GPA in the last60 hours attempted.* Submit a personal statement along with the application. This isa short essay to introduce yourself, discuss your career goalsand interest in our program. This statement is limited to twopages in length. Students with a native language other than English must submitevidence of English language proficiency. See Admission toGraduate Studies - English Language Proficiency (p.18).Focus Area.18 HoursTo be determined with Graduate Faculty advisor from focus areaTOTAL HOURS REQUIRED. 34 HOURS*Students falling below these standards may qualify forconditional admission. See Admission to Graduate Studies(p.17).Other Requirements Plan of Study. Each student must file a plan of study with theirgraduate advisor and the Jackson College of Graduate Studies(JCGS) by the end of the first semester of graduate work. Theplan must be signed and dated by the student and the graduateprogram advisor before it can be official. After admissions and before enrollment in the first semester,each student must make an appointment with their advisor todiscuss course enrollment. ADED 5031 Introduction to Adultand Higher Education, must be taken the first semester. Academic Standards. Meet the following course workstandards: Overall GPA of 3.00 of higher; Passing all core courses with at least a “B”, and having nomore than six credit hours of “C”. No more than six advisor-approved hours from traditionalcorrespondence courses. Complete writing assessment with passing score during firstsemester. Final Requirements. Apply for graduation through the JCGS by56

University of Central Oklahoma Graduate Catalog 2021-2022Program:Major:Degree:Adult & Higher EducationTalent DevelopmentMaster of Education (M.Ed.)Dept:College:Major Code:Adult Education and Safety ScienceEducation and Professional Studies3688Adult and Higher Education – Talent Development, M.Ed.This master’s degree provides the student with preparation to work in industry training, and government service oriented environments.These may include public school adult programs, adult basic education, career technology education, corporate training, and non-profitcommunity services programs. The program is also geared to act as a springboard into similar doctoral programs at terminal degreegranting institutions. Anticipated interest groups for Adult Education – Talent Development: Adult education teachers and counselorsBusiness and industry trainersAdministrators of adult education and training programs intechnology centers, business, industry, churches, municipalities,military services, etc.Graduate Email:Office:Phone: Educational consultantsStudents planning doctoral work in adult educationExternal trainers and consultantsCareer and technology studentssemester.Carlie Wellingtoncwellington@uco.edu Final Requirements. Apply for graduation through the JCGS bythe advertised deadline.Box 106, EDU 225405 - 974 - 5105 Graduation RequirementsDr. Michelle Johnson Required Core Courses.16 HoursCourseCoursemjohnson160@uco.eduCourse TitlePrefixNo.HES 200ESFR5013Foundations of Educational Research405 - 974 - 5804ADEDAdmission RequirementsSubmit the following items to:Jackson College of Graduate Studies100 N. University Drive, NUC 404Edmond, OK 730345031Introduction to Adult and Higher EducationADED5163Leadership and Org. Comm. in AHEADED5233Learner-Centered Design & implementationADED5823The Adult LearnerADED5893*Capstone in Adult and Higher Education*Permission Required Online application for admission (www.uco.edu/graduate/). Official copies of graduate and undergraduate transcripts fromeach institute attended with all degrees posted. All transcriptsmust be from accredited institutions. Undergraduate transcriptsmust show a minimum 2.75 overall GPA or 2.75 GPA in the last60 hours attempted.* Submit a personal statement along with the application. This isa short essay to introduce yourself, discuss your career goalsand interest in our program. This statement is limited to twopages in length. Students with a native language other than English must submitevidence of English language proficiency. See Admission toGraduate Studies - English Language Proficiency (p.18).Required Courses for Major.12 HoursCoursePrefixCourseNo.Course TitleADED5433Advanced Human Relations in TDADED5263Workforce DiversityADED5623Innovative Technology in Adult EducationADED5763Facilitating Online Learning for AdultsControlled Electives.6 HoursCoursePrefix*Students falling below these standards may qualify forconditional admission. See Admission to Graduate Studies(p.17).Other Requirements Plan of Study. Each student must file a plan of study with theirgraduate advisor and the Jackson College of Graduate Studies(JCGS) by the end of the first semester of graduate work. Theplan must be signed and dated by the student and the graduateprogram advisor before it can be official. After admissions and before enrollment in the first semester,each student must make an appointment with their advisor todiscuss course enrollment. ADED 5031 Introduction to Adultand Higher Education, must be taken the first semester. Academic Standards. Meet the following course work standards: Overall GPA of 3.00 of higher; Passing all core courses with at least a “B”, and having nomore than six credit hours of “C”. No more than six advisor-approved hours from traditionalcorrespondence courses. Complete writing assessment with passing score during firstCourseNo.Course TitleADED5073Management of Adult Education ProgramsADED5133History & Phil of Adult EducationADED5323Coaching and Mentoring the Adult LearnerADED5333Motivational ConceptsADED5423Educational Program EvaluationADED5643Proposal & Grant WritingADED5753Developing Online Learning for AdultsADED5883Transformational LearningADED5523Creative Supervision SkillsADED5653Classroom Assessment Techniques for AdultLearnersTOTAL HOURS REQUIRED. 34 HOURS57

University of Central Oklahoma Graduate Catalog 2021-2022Program:Major:Degree:Adult & Higher EducationDept:College:Major Code:Student PersonnelMaster of Education (M.Ed.)Adult Education and Safety ScienceEducation and Professional Studies3685Adult and Higher Education - Student Personnel, M.Ed.This master’s degree provides the student with preparation to work in co-curricular positions in higher education institutions, such ascolleges, four-year colleges, and state agencies. Examples of professional opportunities for the Adult and Higher Education--StudentPersonnel major include diverse careers in: Student affairsAcademic affairsCampus activitiesDistance education, global/multicultural initiatives, and commuterservicesGraduate Admissions:Email:Office:Phone: Diversity and inclusionCareer servicesFinancial aidAdvisingCarlie Wellington Final Requirements. Apply for graduation through the JCGS bythe advertised deadline.cwellington@uco.eduBOX 106, EDU 225 In addition to the above requirements students must submit a one405 - 974 - 5105 to two-page statement of goals following these guidelines on Requirementsaddresses the following:Dr. Ed Cunliff a description of professional interests andecunliff@uco.edu the ways in which the program in Adult and Higher EducationCTL 221can assist the professional development of the applicant405 - 974 - 2972 An interview with the major advisor is intended to advise the studentSubmit the following items to:Jackson College of Graduate Studies100 N. University Drive, NUC 404Edmond, OK 73034so that they understand the goals of the major and that they are inthe major they desire.Graduation RequirementsRequired Core Courses.16 Hours Online application for admission (www.uco.edu/graduate/). Official copies of graduate and undergraduate transcripts fromeach institute attended with all degrees posted. All transcriptsmust be from accredited institutions. Undergraduate transcriptsmust show a minimum 2.75 overall GPA or 2.75 GPA in the last60 hours attempted.* Submit a personal statement along with the application. This isa short essay to introduce yourself, discuss your career goalsand interest in our program. This statement is limited to twopages in length. Students with a native language other than English must submitevidence of English language proficiency. See Admission toGraduate Studies - English Language Proficiency (p.18).CoursePrefixCourseNo.Course TitleESFR5013Foundations of Educational ResearchADED5031Introduction to Adult and Higher EducationADED5163Leadership and Org. Comm. in AHEADED5233Learner-Centered Design & implementationADED5823The Adult LearnerADED5893*Capstone in Adult and Higher Education*Permission RequiredRequired Courses for Major.15 Hours(Select 15 hours of the following)CoursePrefix*Students falling below these standards may qualify forconditional admission. See Admission to Graduate Studies(p.17).Other Requirements Plan of Study. Each student must file a plan of study with theirgraduate advisor and the Jackson College of Graduate Studies(JCGS) by the end of the first semester of graduate work. Theplan must be signed and dated by the student and the graduateprogram advisor before it can be official. After admissions and before enrollment in the first semester,each student must make an appointment with their advisor todiscuss course enrollment. ADED 5031 Introduction to Adultand Higher Education, must be taken the first semester. Academic Standards. Meet the following course workstandards: Overall GPA of 3.00 of higher; Passing all core courses with at least a “B”, and having nomore than six credit hours of “C”. No more than six advisor-approved hours from traditionalcorrespondence courses. Complete writing assessment with passing score during firstsemester.CourseNo.Course TitleADED5073Managing Adult Educ/Community ServiceADED5153Student Personnel ServicesADED5353Org. & Admin. of Higher EducationADED5423Educational Program EvaluationADED5483Contemporary Issues in Student PersonnelServicesControlled Electives.3 HoursCoursePrefixCourseNo.Course TitleADED5253Adult Development: Theory and PracticesADED5133History & Phil of Adult EducationADED5323Coaching/Mentoring the Adult LearnerADED5883Transformational LearningTOTAL HOURS REQUIRED. 34 HOURS58

University of Central Oklahoma Graduate Catalog 2021-2022Dept:College:Code:Program: Certificate in StudentPersonnel--Program ManagementAdult Education and Safety SciencesEducation and Professional Studies3780Professionals in the field of Student Personnel/Student Affairs are frequently charged with effectively and efficiently administeringor directing learning focused programs. This certificate pulls from four existing courses in the major to allow students to achieve alevel of recognized skills in the area of program management. The competencies identified by the National Association for StudentPersonnel Administrators, one of the two dominant professional organizations for professionals in student affairs in the USA, includes fourcompetencies that are included within the proposed certificate. Those competencies, which are built into the four courses that comprisethe certificate, are: 1. Assessment, evaluation and research, 2. Human and organizational resources, 3. Leadership, and 4. Ethical,Professional Practice.Coordinator:Email:Office:Phone:Dr. Ed Cunliff Required Courses.12 Hoursecunliff@uco.eduCTL 221CourseCourseCourse Title405 - 974 - 2972Admission RequirementsPrefixNo.ADED5073Mng Adult & Com ProgramsAlso see below for additional requirements based on type ofADED5353Org. & Admin. of Higher Educationadmission.ADED5483Contemp. Issues in Student Personnel Services Online application for admission (www.uco.edu/graduate/).5423ADEDEducation Program Evaluation Bachelor’s or advanced degree from an appropriatelyaccredited institution, with an overall grade point average(GPA) of 2.75 or above. Official copies of undergraduate and TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED. 12 HOURSgraduate transcripts from each institution attended with alldegrees posted. All transcripts must be from appropriatelyaccredited institutions. Evidence of English language proficiency, if not a nativespeaker. See Admission to Graduate Studies - EnglishLanguage Proficiency (p.18).Other Requirements Plan of Study. Each student must file a plan of study withtheir graduate program advisor and the Jackson College ofGraduate Studies (JCGS) by the end of the first semester ofgraduate work. The plan must be signed and dated by thestudent and the graduate program advisor before it can beconsidered official. Overall 3.00 GPA or higher. 50 percent of course hours must be completed in residence. No more than one “C” and no grade below a C. Note: All graduate grades, whether repeated or not, will applyto the graduate GPA calculations. No grade of “D” or lower willapply to the degree requirements.59

University of Central Oklahoma Graduate Catalog 2021-2022Program:Major:Degree:Athletic TrainingAthletic TrainingMaster of Athletic Training (M.A.T.)Dept:College:Major Code:Kinesiology and Health StudiesEducation and Professional Studies3751Athletic Training, M.A.T.The Master of Athletic Training in Athletic Training degree is a 50-hour, entry-level athletic training degree which provides graduatestudents with the knowledge, skills and clinical education necessary to meet the Board of Certification Inc. (BOC), certification exam. Theprogram is designed for students who have completed an undergraduate degree but are seeking entry into the athletic training professionthrough a graduate education program which meets Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) standards. Thisprogram is not intended for students who already have an undergraduate athletic training degree from a CAATE accredited institution orare currently eligible for the BOC Certification Examination.According to the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, www.nata.org, “Athletic trainers are health care professionals who collaboratewith physicians to optimize physical activity and participation of patients and clients.” Athletic training encompasses the prevention,diagnosis, and intervention of emergency, acute, and/or chronic medical conditions which may lead to impairment, functional limitations,and disabilities. To become a certified athletic trainer, a student must graduate with a bachelor’s or master’s degree from an accreditedprofessional athletic training education program and pass a certification examination. More than 70 percent of certified athletic trainershold at least a master’s degree. Certified Athletic Trainers must meet ongoing continuing education requirements established by the Boardof Certification, Inc., www.bocatc.org. Although not yet a universal requirement, more and more athletic organizations and insurancecompanies are requiring the presence of Certified Athletic Trainers due to concerns about participant safety and organizational liability.An athletic trainer is not the same as a personal trainer, who is not usually considered a health care professional and whose vocationis exercise management. A personal trainer may or may not be certified.The mission of the Graduate Athletic Training Program (GATP) is to provide transformative educational opportunities for students toachieve intellectual, professional, personal and creative growth within a nationally accredited curriculum in the field of athletic training toservice the health care needs of Oklahoma.The goals of the Graduate Athletic Training Program are:1. To provide students the opportunity to complete an accredited program of study that will provide them with the knowledge andclinical skills to become Certified Athletic Trainers.2. To provide students the opportunity to learn, develop and apply critical thinking, decision-making skills necessary to become anallied-health care provider.3. To provide students the opportunity to learn, develop and demonstrate ethical leadership and professional behaviors as they relateto health care in a global society.Graduate Admissions:Email:Office:Phone:Carlie Wellingtoncwellington@uco.eduBOX 106, EDU 225405 - 974 - 5105Coordinator/Advisor:Email:Office:Phone:Mr. Ed Sunderlandjsunderland@uco.eduWAH 15405 - 974 - 5239Admission RequirementsAdmission to the Graduate Athletic Training Program is competitive.(See: ciencein-athletic-training). Applicants will not be admitted to the JacksonCollege of Graduate Studies (JCGS) until they have been acceptedto the Graduate Athletic Training Program. International studentsmust first meet the university’s international admission requirementsbefore applying for program admission. These students should firsttalk with an advisor in the Office of Global Affairs.Applicants may obtain application forms and instructions fromthe program’s web page at cience-in-athletic-training or the program director.Students wishing to transfer into the program from other graduateprograms must be aware of the program’s transfer policies.Application deadlines: December 15 for early summer admissions March 1 for regular summer admissions.Submit the following directly to the Program Director in oneenvelope to:Graduate Athletic Training ProgramBox 189 100 N. University Dr.Edmond, OK 73034(Fax: 405.974.3805) A Graduate Athletic Training Program application by advertiseddate. A Jackson College of Graduate Studies online application foradmission. (www.uco.edu/graduate/). Official copies of undergraduate and graduate transcriptsin sealed envelopes from each institution attended with alldegrees posted. All transcripts must be from accreditedinstitutions. Transcripts must show: A minimum 2.75 GPA overall or 2.75 GPA in the last 60hours attempted. Completion of at least 41 hours from the following: HLTH3493, BIO 1114, PHY 1024, CHEM 1014, BIO 2504, BIO2604, PHED 3503, PHED 3333, HLTH 3412, KINS 2643,KINS 4513, BIO 2102, and PSY 1103. Applicants musthave completed these courses within the last 10 years andmust

University of Central Oklahoma Graduate Catalog 2021-2022 Program: Adult & Higher Education Major: Lifelong and E-Learning Degree: Master of Education (M.Ed.) Dept: Adult Education & Safety Science College: Education and Professional Studies Major Code: 3683 Adult and Higher Education - Lifelong and E-Learning, M.Ed.

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