Curriculum and Instruction - Masters of Education
The Masters of Education in Curriculum and Instruction allows students to seek an advanced degree in a variety of concentrations. The program focuses on curricular issues as a field of inquiry and develops strengths in the areas of understanding and addressing the complex and multiple questions that influence curriculum theory, design, development, delivery, assessment and evaluation.
Masters (M.Ed.) in Curriculum and Instruction
- Curriculum Studies/Teacher Education (CSTE)
- Language and Literacy Education
- Blended Learning/Personalized Learning
- ESL/Bilingual Education (in development)
Modes of Delivery
Non cohort distance education: This is for students who are interested in a flexible and individualized schedule. The students are able to take the courses at their own pace. All courses are delivered online.
On campus students: This is for students who wish to have their courses delivered face-to-face but can also take the occasional online course.
Career Opportunities With This Degree
A Master's in Curriculum and Instruction may prepare you to work as a teacher, trainer, or education researcher. The degree can also lead to work in academia, government and business.
College Transcripts – Unofficial transcripts can be uploaded to the Graduate School application. Information on submitting official transcripts will be provided to you by the Graduate School. Grade reports or unofficial transcripts from university web portals will not be accepted. Please redact the Social Security Number anywhere it appears on your transcript. If documents are written in a language other than English, a copy of a complete and official English translation must be provided with the original language records.
Required Supplemental Application Materials
Resume, Two Professional Recommendations, Applicant Statement, Writing Sample. Download a comprehensive list of requirements.
Please visit the Graduate Application Process for more information on how to apply.
Semester in which the concentration can be started
We are currently accepting applications for all semesters.
- November 15th for the Spring semester
- April 15th for the Summer semesters
- July 15th for the Fall semester
Required Hours to Completion
The master's degree consists of 36 hours of coursework.
Allowable Transfer Hours
6 hours maximum. Graduate School rules regarding transfer hours apply.
Scholarships and assistantships for doctoral students are available through the Office of Graduate Education and Research in the College of Education.
Tuition & Fees
Use the Student Business Services Tuition Estimator to estimate your costs.
Dr. Shirley Matteson
C&I Graduate Advisor