The Capstone Entrance Exam is a requirement to demonstrate an understanding of the program learning outcomes and for advancement to the 600-level courses in the Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction program. The Capstone Entrance Exam requires the integration of theory, research, and practice at the advanced level in a written response.
Students must pass all MEd core and required elective coursework with a minimum grade of 80% and maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher in order to register for the Capstone Entrance Exam. Passing the exam allows participants to proceed with 600-level courses.
There is no Syllabus for this course. Students are provided information and writing prompts on the start date of the course.