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Course Overview

The student assumes a major role for teaching a graduate course within the Department of Education under the supervision of a faculty mentor. The primary purpose of this practicum is to develop the doctoral student’s ability to plan, teach, and evaluate the effectiveness of a graduate-level course in a content area in which the student has expertise. Students earn one to three credits for the practicum depending on the level of involvement in designing and/or teaching the course.

Credits: 2
Distribution: Graduate

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate