Curriculum & Instruction
The Curriculum and Instruction Department offers a wide variety of graduate specializations to meet the needs of students with a diversity of interests and academic, as well as professional backgrounds. We invite you to explore our graduate specializations to find the program that best suits your career plans.


Programs – The Curriculum and Instruction department offers a full range of programs for educators at the graduate level. These include teaching licensure, endorsements, master’s, a doctoral (EdD) degree, and professional development designed for key education topics. Choose your program from early childhood, K-12, to adult education, and meet your career goals.

Prospective Students – What better way to have an impact on the future than to be a teacher? If you are interested in working with young people, explore your options. We offer a comprehensive list of programs for working with children, from birth, early childhood, elementary, middle and high school.  

  Current Students – Are you already enrolled in a CI program and need help finding resources?   Use this page to stay organized with current and future schedules, course descriptions, forms,       and handbooks.

  About CI –  Learn more about our outstanding faculty, our mission and goals and accreditation.   Our programs align with the standards of the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher           Education (NCATE).


  Graduate School of Education – The Curriculum and Instruction Department is part of the       Graduate School of Education. Together we provide quality education to support the professional   growth of educators, counselors, and human services professionals.


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