Entry Assessment and Advising is a required step in the process of completing the master in education degree. "Entry Assessment and Advising" has three (3) basic purposes:
1. provide a general assessment of how the master in education degree program is contributing to the student's personal and professional development;
2. provide an opportunity for the student to meet with his or her graduate advisor to discuss:
a) personal and professional goals
b) program of study to complete the master in education degree
c) possible topics for the capstone seminar research paper; and
3. provide approval of transfer courses.
Entry Assessment and Advising is completed during the course SCI 620: Technology in the Classroom (or EDUC 649: Introduction to Cross-Categorical Disabilities for DATSE students).