Curriculum & Instruction M.ED.

The Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction is designed for licensed teachers.  The program is individualized to meet teacher’s personal professional goals.  In the first course, Reflective Teaching, teachers define their goals and assess their current level of competence.  They will develop a degree plan that will lead to attainment of those objectives.  In addition, the program is aligned with National Board Certification.  Requirements for the degree include a minimum of 36 hours and culminate in action research and a digital portfolio.  Students must satisfy Graduation Requirements stated in the Academic Regulations section of the Graduate Bulletin and programs found in the College of Education & Health Professions section.  The University reserves the right to modify policies and programs of study by supplying student with written notice of changes.

Degrees and Certificates Offered

Master of Education

Contact Information:

Program Advisor

Dr. Anne Lindsay

Phone: 501.569.3097