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Master of Science in Humanities



Grief Counseling Concentration
 

Dealing with issues related to dying and loss of beloved ones can involve a lot of emotions and helping people to get through their mourning process would need a thorough understanding of the psychological aspects related to death, dying and near death situations. As a grief counselor, earning a Master’s degree would enrich your academic knowledge base of counseling theories along with the practical experience in counseling techniques. This would, by all standards, provide you with a solid tool to help you in positively impact the lives of people passing through the trauma of losing beloved ones.


AITU Master’s degree programs are provided on- campus and online in a flexible and accelerated format. In the Flexible Format you will finish each course in 15 weeks while in the Accelerated Form, you can finish each course in 6 weeks

AITU Master’s Degree in Grief Counseling is a 44 credit hour degree which includes

Core Requirements 20 Credit Hours
Concentration Requirements 24 Credit Hours

 

Degree Requirements

 
Core Requirements
 

20 Credit Hours

  1. GFC-501: Research Methodology 4 credit hours
  2. GFC-502: Advanced Death and Dying 4 credit hours
  3. GFC-503: Advanced Grief Therapy 4 credit hours
  4. GFC-504: Near and After Death 4 credit hours
  5. GFC-505: Advanced Grief Counseling 4 credit hours

 

Concentration Requirements
 

24 Credit Hours

  1. GFC-506: Counseling Dying Patients 4 credit hours
  2. GFC-507: Counseling: Theories and Techniques I 4 credit hours
  3. GFC-509: Counseling Children 4 credit hours
  4. GFC-699: Thesis 4 credit hours

 

 

Holding a Master of Education is a step forward in enhancing your career progress. This post graduate degree has been designed to integrate the academic knowledge base with practical experiences and skills that enriches the quality of instruction and teaching as well as foster continuous improvement of the educational process.

The Master of Education is provided on-campus and online and in two different formats. In flexible, students can get their degree in two years after satisfying its requirements of 48 credit hours. On the other hand, candidates can work harder towards attaining their degree in one year through AITU accelerated program
 

Special Education Concentration Requirements

 
Core Requirements
 
20 Credit Hours
  1. EDU-501: Research Methodology
  2. EDU-502: Educational Psychology
  3. EDU -503: Theories of Development: Concepts and Applications
  4. EDU-504: Human Diversity in Education
  5. EDU-506: Foundation of Education
  6. EDU-507: Technology and Education
  7. EDU-508: Philosophy of Education
  8. EDU-509: Educational Assessment

 

Concentration Requirements
 
24 Credit Hour
  1. EDU-515: Learning Disabilities: Assessment and Intervention
  2. EDU-533: Managing Pupils with Behavior Disorders
  3. EDU-523: Foundations of Reading: Diagnosis and Remediation
  4. EDU-699: Thesis

 

 

Earning a Master’s Degree will position you as an expert but, also, as one who has a expertise in education. This will definitely increase your income and allow you to take higher positions and qualifies you to pursue further studies towards your Ph. D.


Flexible or Accelerated format

AITU Master’s degree programs are provided on- campus and online in a flexible and accelerated format. In the Flexible Format you will finish each course in 15 weeks while in the Accelerated Form, you can finish each course in 6 weeks.

 

Educational Leadership Concentration Requirements

 
Core Requirements
 

32 Credit Hours

  1. EDU-501: Research Methodology 4 credit hours
  2. EDU-502: Educational Psychology 4 credit hours
  3. EDU -503: Theories of Development: Concepts and Applications 4 credit hours
  4. EDU-504: Human Diversity in Education 4 credit hours
  5. EDU-506: Foundation of Education 4 credit hours
  6. EDU-507: Technology and Education 4 credit hours
  7. EDU-508: Philosophy of Education 4 credit hours
  8. EDU-509: Educational Assessment 4 credit hours

 

Concentration Requirements
 

48 Credit Hours

  1. EDU 510 Foundations for Educational Leadership 4 credit hours
  2. EDU 516 Administration and Community Service 4 credit hours
  3. EDU 512 Public Administration and School Law 4 credit hours
  4. EDU 511 School Finance and Management 4 credit hours
  5. EDU 551 Elementary School Administration and Supervision 4 credit hours
  6. EDU 561 Secondary Administration and Supervision 4 credit hours
  7. EDU-699: Thesis 4 credit hours