The Master's Degree program in International Education requires a capstone project or research study. The program encourages and supports a wide variety of projects. They include small-scale field research projects, library studies of a topic, designing and implementing a training program, analysis of social media, doing a participatory action project, or analyzing nonformal education programs.
Projects are rooted in the professional experience of the students and reflect the wide range of educational contexts that CIE has been involved in.
Nearly 300 Master's projects have been completed in the history of the program. Many of them can be found here.
Submissions from 2013
Case Study of Post-Literacy Program in Indonesia, Ryke Pribudhiana
Submissions from 2012
Beyond PRONADE: NGOs and the Formal Education Sector in Guatemala, Jacob A. Carter
Assessing Stakeholders Perceptions on Private Tuition in Zanzibar, Mshauri Abdulla Khamis
Experiencing Shadow Education: The Rural Gambian Context, Colleen King
A Child With Two Motherlands: Child Sojourners and Cultural Identity, Krayushkina Tatiana
Submissions from 2011
Submissions from 2010
Theatre of the Oppressed A Manual for Educators, Gopal Midha
Submissions from 2009
Civics and Citizenship Education in Schools in Afghanistan, Mohammad Tariq Habibyar
Assessment Practices: Student’s and Teachers’ Perceptions of Classroom Assessment, Sayed Ahmad Javid Mussawy
Education Faculty Math Curriculum and In-Service Teachers Needs, Sayed Sarwar Yaqubi