Collection ASU0072 - School of Education records

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ASU0072

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School of Education records

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  • 1926-1989 (Creation)

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16 Boxes

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Education courses were offered at the university from the day its doors opened in 1926. Graduate courses in education were first offered in 1941. During the 1950’s the School of Education offered a four-year undergraduate program leading to a Bachelor of Education degree and a Master of Education degree. The School first offered a Doctor of Education and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in 1959. In 1963, the University’s Graduate School was formed and provided oversight for all the university’s various graduate programs. The School continued to expand, offering many additional undergraduate and graduate programs. In 2011, the School became the School of Education & Human Development to better capture the idea of the wide-ranging scope of the educational and developmental activities contained within the mission of the school.

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This collection contains miscellaneous official and other records, reports, and publications of the School of Education from 1926 to 1989.

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Additional materials on range ASC Stacks 6B1 - UM Archives

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