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
Theses/Capstones from 1951
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
Theses/Capstones from 1946
Educational Principles of Orestes A. Brownson, Mary Benedict Collier
Theses/Capstones from 1940
Study on the effect of Drill on Word Meaning on Reading Achievement, Mary Stanislaus Dazé