M.Ed. Curriculum & Instruction Degree Programs

The M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction degree, with its numerous concentration areas, enables you to study advanced course work that focuses in those areas that are of particular interest to you. See the individual concentrations for specific program content and locations.

Is this program for you?

Curriculum & Instruction is for you, if:

  • You want to enhance your current understandings of research, current issues, curricula, and areas specific to a given content, intervention, literacy, or technology.
  • You want to have the flexibility to develop your own program through the nine hours of electives provided through the TL-21 concentration.
M. Ed. Curriculum & Instruction with concentrations in:
Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century (TL-21) -- A 30-hour program that allows you to focus your electives in an area of your choosing!
Educational Technology -- An online degree.
Literacy and Reading -- Take advanced course work in literacy, reading, and intervention.
Intervention Specialist – Mild/Moderate Needs -- Hours in this program can lead to an Intervention Specialist Mild/Moderate license.
Intervention Specialist – Moderate/Intensive Needs -- Hours in this program can lead to an Intervention Specialist Moderate/Intensive license.
Talent Development Education -- A degree program with an embedded Gifted Intervention Specialist Endorsement

Interested?

Talk with a program director, request information, or apply online.

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