Curriculum and Instruction Master's Degree Program

Mission Statement: The Curriculum and Instruction Master's Degree Program offers an innovative learning environment that engages and empowers individuals to develop the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to improve their professional practice and to become leaders for change and social justice in their learning communities.

  • This 45-credit program is grounded in social justice research and encourages students to reflect on their professional path and take action.
  • Core coursework is combined with electives which can be used towards endorsements and graduate certificates.
  • Experienced and committed faculty are available for one-on-one guidance and advising.
  • Scheduling options include full time, part time, online, on-campus and hybrid.
  • The learning community is vibrant, connected, and inclusive.

This is a non-licensure master's degree for current teachers and professionals in related fields.

 

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