Dominican offers graduate programs that culminate in a Master of Science in Education degree designed for educators, and professionals interested in teaching and seek preparation for leadership roles and responsibilities.

Here, you'll find a collection of master's theses produced by students from the Master of Science in Education program.


Theses/Capstones from 1952

The Effect of John J. Cantwell's Episcopate on Catholic Education in California (1917-1947), Mary Patricia O'Donnell

The Educational Principles of Charles Franklin Thwing, Marueen Thwyng

Monsignor George Johnson: His Educational Principles and Their Application to the Curriculum of the Catholic Schools, Mary Giovanne Vidoni

Theses/Capstones from 1951

A Student Evaluation of the Present Twelfth Grade Guidance Program in Catholic High Schools for Girls in California, Mary Celestine Dyer

A Suggested Introduction for a General Methods Course in Elementary Education with Particular Stress on the Fusion of Theory and Practice, Mary Bernice Schmidt

Theses/Capstones from 1950

The Problem of Correlated Library Instruction in Secondary Schools, Mary Christopher Calloway

Theses/Capstones from 1949

A Study of Administration in the Catholic Secondary Schools of the Archdiocese of San Francisco, Teresa Augustine Donnelly

Ninth Grade Counseling for Girls: A Comparative Study, Mary Maurice Powers

Theses/Capstones from 1948

The Status, Duties and Administrative Procedure of the Elementary School Principals of the Archdiocese of San Francisco, Francis de Sales Hallicy

Theses/Capstones from 1946

The Educational Work of the Sisters of St. Dominic of the Congregation of the Queen fo the Holy Rosary, Mary Kevin Breen

Educational Principles of Orestes A. Brownson, Mary Benedict Collier

A Determination of the Philosophical Principles Basic to the Social Science Curriculum of Harold O. Rugg, John L. Zoph

Theses/Capstones from 1940

Study on the effect of Drill on Word Meaning on Reading Achievement, Mary Stanislaus Dazé