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Curriculum and Instruction Master's Degree Program

The MA/MS degree in curriculum and instruction emphasizes professional education. It is designed to accommodate students in teacher education and educational specialists.

Both program formats below expand educators' background knowledge of education and bridge theory and practice. The sharing between educators of all levels, interests, and backgrounds is a major strength of the program.

Our goal is to help experienced educators have the knowledge, skills, and desire to examine educational practices critically and to improve their practice in ways that are conceptually sound, ethically responsible, and culturally responsive.

This is a non-license master's degree for current teachers or professionals in related fields who have been licensed at the undergraduate level or are interested in a master's in education.

Students have two format options for pursuing a master's degree in curriculum and instruction. To learn more, select a program format below or browse our frequently asked questions.

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