Master of Education in Prevention Science

Nicole Giuliani and Nichole KellyProgram Directors
240 HEDCO Education Building

The prevention science major leads to a master of science (MS) or master of education (MEd) degree.

PREV 601Research: [Topic]2
PREV 605Reading and Conference: [Topic] (Prev Sci)1
PREV 607Seminar: [Topic] (Capstone)6
PREV 631Introduction to Prevention Science3
PREV 633Contemporary Issues in Public Health3
CPSY 621Lifespan Developmental Psychology3
CPSY 645Health Promotion and Equity (or other health related course)3
EDUC 612Social Science and Education Research Design3
EDUC 614Educational Statistics3
EDUC 640Applied Statistical Design and Analysis3
or EDUC 630 Qualitative Methodology I: Interpretivist Inquiry
Electives 115
Reading and Conference: [Topic]
Experimental Course: [Topic] (PREV 635 Prevention & Policy)
Risk and Resilience in Adolescents
Implementation Science
Cultural Adaptation of Evidence-Based Practices
Experimental Course: [Topic]
Theories of Counseling
Theories of Career Development
Experimental Course: [Topic]
Tests and Measurements in Education
Academic and Behavioral Interventions
Foundations of Disability I
Capstone Project
Total Credits Requirement:45

Admissions are open from Jan 1 – July 31 for enrollment in fall of that year. Students are required to submit a statement of purpose, transcripts, CV, and three letters of recommendation. Applications are reviewed by program faculty and the top group of prospective students are interviewed as part of the admissions process.