The Cultural Foundations Program offers a Master's Degree (either M.Ed. or M.A.) with a focus in several areas of interest to teachers, educators in various settings, and other professionals and citizens interested in educational issues affecting the nation and the world.
The Master's Degree requires 33 credit hours. For a Master of Education (M.Ed.) Degree, students will take 11 courses, with a Capstone Seminar/Project as the final course. If the Master of Arts (M.A.) option is selected, students will take 9 courses and write a Master's Thesis for 6 credit hours.