The M.Ed. in Integrated Learning is a unique program that gives the graduate student control over the content of their degree. Working closely with an advisor, the student builds their own program by integrating six courses as free electives. With half of the program content selected by the student, this customizable degree can meet a wide range of professional learning needs.
Current Drury undergraduate students may apply for a 4+1 accelerated version of the M.Ed Integrated Learning degree so that their program of study is started during their undergraduate program and completed in one year upon completion of the undergraduate program. Students must meet specific eligibility criteria (available upon request from advisors or the College of Graduate Studies). Once eligibility is confirmed and the application approved, the student must meet with an advisor for an individualized program of study.
Available completely online.
This program requires a total of 33 credit hours.
EDUC 689 and EDUC 700 must be taken in the last 9 hours of the program.
Choose any six graduate courses for 18 credit hours.