The Curriculum and Instruction master’s degree program is designed for teachers, and other educational professionals, interested in improving their instruction, preparing for positions of leadership, or enhancing their abilities to support learning in K-12 schools or other educational settings.
The program offers graduate students two kinds of preparation: 1) knowledge related to content and 2) knowledge that helps them contribute to scholarship. The degree is constructed so that students choose a content specialization and either a research emphasis, or a teaching and learning emphasis. The objectives of the program are to:
- Provide a rigorous master’s degree program that prepares graduate students to work with children, adolescents, and families in a variety of educational settings.
- Provide graduate students with the knowledge and skills necessary to enhance their teaching and research abilities.
There are two options for earning the Curriculum and Instruction master’s degree:
- Traditional master’s degree (36 credit hours)
- Accelerated master’s degree (36 credit hours)
More informationVisit official programme website
- Analysis of Literacy Progress
- Curriculum History in the United States
- Contemporary Curriculum Theory
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- Official Transcripts
- Official GRE Test Scores (Must be within the past 5 years)
- Academic/Professional Objectives Statement
- Three Letters of Recommendation
International29340 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 29340 USD per year and a duration of .
National29340 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 29340 USD per year and a duration of .
Funds are limited and are awarded on a first-come, first-served base to degree seeking graduate students.
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