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Curriculum and Instruction

Advanced degrees in the area of Curriculum and Instruction prepare curriculum leaders, researchers, and professors with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions needed to analyze, construct, and evaluate curricula in ways that create optimal learning conditions for all learners.

Master's Degrees

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.

Curriculum and Instruction - Concentrations in:

Doctoral Degrees

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Graduate Certificates

Graduate Certificates provide an additional credential in your field of study but do not necessarily lead to licensure. Graduate Certificates can also be used as an introduction into your chosen master's degree program.

Certificate options in the Curriculum & Instruction department include:

Learn more and view the complete list of Graduate Certificates available in the College of Education.

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