Take your place in today’s rapidly advancing educational system when you earn a Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction
. You’ll develop the critical thinking and problem solving skills you need for success.
A Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction
with a general focus requires that a student complete the 18 hours of education core courses and then choose graduate course work to fulfill the 18 hours of “specialization” requirement.
These courses, if pursuing the general Curriculum and Instruction
degree, cannot be strictly from one of the other specializations, but should represent a variety of courses from the specializations identified below.
- Organization and Administration
- Tools for Technology Integration