M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction
- Don Finn, Ph.D.
Dean & Program Chair
The M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction (C&I) is designed to prepare educators to develop and deliver effective instructional opportunities for diverse students in various learning settings including public, private, higher education, and the workplace. Educators with leadership responsibilities (or who desire such responsibilities) such as department head, content specialist, lead teacher, or curriculum developer will benefit from this degree as well as those employed in school system or higher education administration, corporate, and non-profit settings.
- Length: 33-35 credit hours. May be completed in 24 months.
- Format: Eight-week courses offered entirely via online learning. One core course offered on campus each semester. Students may begin the program in August, October, January, March, May, or July.
- Concentrations: Adult Ed | Christian School | Gifted & Talented | STEM Education | Teacher Leader
- Results: Master of Education degree with concentration in Adult Education, Christian School, Gifted and Talented or Teacher Leader.
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Curriculum & Instruction graduates will be able to:
- Explore the philosophy, principles, and practices in designing, implementing and evaluating programs and curricula in different contexts.
- Critically examine issues related to teaching and learning from a Christian worldview.
- Evaluate curricula against standards, policies, and legislation at the local, state, national, and international level.
- Develop a foundation of knowledge about curriculum improvement, including knowledge of effective teaching and learning for diverse learners.
- Utilize the strategic planning process to plan, implement, and evaluate curricula in a variety of settings.
- Utilize data based decision making to evaluate curriculum goals, instructional objectives, assessment, and student learning outcomes.
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