M.Ed. and M.S.Ed. Comprehensive Exams
The M.Ed. and M.S.Ed. Comprehensive Examinations are one of the final components that Master of Education and Master of Science Education students are required to complete to fulfill one of the degree requirements (except Sport Administration and Coaching Education & Athlete Development).
Students registering for the Comprehensive Examination should also apply for graduation. The Registrar's Office has additional information about this process.
Montessori Education students should contact the Montessori Education Program at 513-745-3424 or firstname.lastname@example.org to receive information about the Montessori Education Comprehensive Exam.
The comprehensive exams are administrated online, once per semester, from 8:00 am to 11:00 am.
The upcoming dates for the Comprehensive Exams are:
- Saturday, November 13, 2021
- Saturday, April 9, 2022
REGISTRATION AND STUDY GUIDES
Students within six credit hours of completing their degree requirements are invited to register for the Comprehensive Exam by completing this registration form. Study guides are available below.
MAJOR SPECIFIC EXAM STUDY GUIDES
Students majoring in the programs below complete an examination in the area of their major.
- TESOL Study Guide
- Reading Education Study Guide
- Multicultural Literature Study Guide
- Educational Administration Study Guide
- M.S.Ed. Special Education Study Guide - Students using this study guide will have completed or are currently completing the following courses:
- EDSP 616 Philosophy and Cultural Diversity or MATH 516 Introduction to Statistics
- EDSP 617 Administrative Partnerships
- EDSP 618 Qual. and Quant. Research
- EDSP 619 SPED: Research Paper
Special Education students seeking a M.Ed. use the study guide for the CORE areas - found at the bottom of this page.
M.ED. CORE AREAS STUDY GUIDE
M.Ed. students majoring in Elementary Education, Secondary Education, and Special Education, complete the Comprehensive Exam in the Master of Education CORE courses. The CORE exam consists of three distinct areas. Students should have completed or are currently completing the following courses:
- EDFD 500 History and/or Philosophy of American Education
- EDFD 505 Educational Administration/Organization of Educ. Systems in the U.S.
- EDFD 507 Research Paper Class/EDFD 508 Research Paper
If unsure which guide to study, did not complete and/or are currently completing all of the courses listed for your major, please contact the School of Education at 513-745-4210 or email@example.com.