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Graduate School of Education - George Mason University

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EDUC 897: Independent Study for the Doctor of Philosophy in Education

Important: For the most up-to-date information, refer to the official George Mason Course Catalog

General Information

Credit hours: 1-6

Description:

Structured learning experience to extend and develop skills and knowledge relative to field of professional expertise. Offered by Graduate School of Education. May be repeated within the term.
Recommended Prerequisite: Admission to the PhD program and prior approval of advisor and PhD director.
Registration Restrictions:

Enrollment is limited to students with a major in Education.

Enrollment is limited to Graduate level students.

Schedule Type: Independent Study
Grading:
This course is graded on the Graduate Special scale.

Current Sections

  • Fall 2018, Section: 001, CRN 83792, Instructor: Meagan Call-Cummings
  • Fall 2018, Section: 002, CRN 83795, Instructor: Kathleen Ramos
  • Fall 2018, Section: 003, CRN 83826, Instructor: Jaime Lester
  • Fall 2018, Section: 004, CRN 83941, Instructor: Rebecca Fox
  • Fall 2018, Section: 005, CRN 84082, Instructor: Andrew Gilbert
  • Fall 2018, Section: 006, CRN 84106, Instructor: Colleen Vesely
  • Fall 2018, Section: 007, CRN 84123, Instructor: Bethany Letiecq
  • Fall 2018, Section: 008, CRN 84166, Instructor: Anastasia Kitsantas
  • Fall 2018, Section: 009, CRN 84256, Instructor: Shane Caswell
  • Fall 2018, Section: 010, CRN 84257, Instructor: Shane Caswell
  • Fall 2018, Section: 011, CRN 84365, Instructor: Jennifer Suh
  • Fall 2018, Section: 012, CRN 84366, Instructor: Jenice View
  • Fall 2018, Section: 013, CRN 84367, Instructor: Nelson Cortes
  • Fall 2018, Section: 014, CRN 84368, Instructor: Sheri Berkeley
  • Fall 2018, Section: 015, CRN 84369, Instructor: Rebecca Fox
  • Fall 2018, Section: 016, CRN 84370, Instructor: Seth Parsons
  • Fall 2018, Section: 017, CRN 84373, Instructor: Rachel Lewis
  • Fall 2018, Section: 018, CRN 84372, Instructor: Anastasia Kitsantas
  • Fall 2018, Section: 019, CRN 84371, Instructor: Jennifer Suh
  • Fall 2018, Section: 020, CRN 84374, Instructor: Nancy Holincheck
  • Fall 2018, Section: 021, CRN 84379, Instructor: Nancy Holincheck
  • Fall 2018, Section: 022, CRN 84381, Instructor: Joan Shin
  • Fall 2018, Section: 023, CRN 84382, Instructor: Sheri Berkeley
  • Fall 2018, Section: 024, CRN 84615, Instructor: Brenda Bannan
  • Fall 2018, Section: 025, CRN 84657, Instructor: Diana D'Amico
  • Fall 2018, Section: 026, CRN 84656, Instructor: Rachel Lewis
  • Fall 2018, Section: 027, CRN 84791, Instructor: Roberto Pamas
  • Fall 2018, Section: SA1, CRN 84093, Instructor: Kristien Zenkov

Prior Sections (partial list)