The Master of Education in Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment is hosted in the Educational Policy and Leadership Department.
The program is designed for students who are interested in becoming transformative educators—engaged citizens of the world—who are committed to curricular and instructional improvements through the use of theory and research.
Potential students include current school teachers, students holding undergraduate degrees who are interested in a teaching career, and those who teach in alternative educational settings.
This is a hybrid program, with courses offered in traditional face-to-face classroom settings, online, or as a hybrid of the two.
Students have the option to complete a Master of Education in Curriculum, Instruction, & Assessment with a thesis.
Identify, explain, analyze, and apply successful curricular models, instructional approaches, and assessment strategies in a diverse classroom community
Develop lifelong learning skills for enhancing instructional practices through self-reflection, critical thinking, and the application and interpretation of research outcomes
Demonstrate effective leadership skills, to include collaborating with professionals for curricular and instructional improvement, advocate for student needs and serve others
Students in the program are required to complete 30 credit hours. All courses are 3 credit hours unless indicated otherwise.
Degree Requirements (9 credits)
Program Requirements (15 credits)
Electives - 6 credit hours to be approved by advisor
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