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Credit Program

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Degree programs

The undergraduate program (requiring 128 credits minimum) is arranged into four groups of courses: civic education, outdoor and leisure education, government and public affairs, and finance and economics. In addition to the core courses required for all students, students are able to choose among five groups of courses to address the demands of their desired careers, no longer confined to only serving as school teacher. The master's (requiring 29 credits at minimum) and Ph.D. programs (also requiring 29 credits at minimum) are divided into three areas of specialization: Civic and Moral Education, Student Affairs, and Outdoor Education and Leadership. To support the idea of life-long education, the department also provides opportunities for continuing and adult education.
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