Curriculum and Instruction (M.Ed.)

Curriculum and Instruction (M.Ed.)

The Master of Education (M.Ed.) in curriculum and instruction provides a different focus, philosophy, and approach for teachers to build classrooms that support student well being, enable meaningful student engagement, and use diversity to enrich learning. M.Ed students will collaborate with a research coach to develop tested strategies to solve real issues relevant to their classroom.

Departments/Programs

Master of Education ~ Curriculum and Instruction (36 hours) 

Required Courses 36 hours
EDUC 5110 Positive Education: Positive Psychology for Teachers and Students 3 hours
EDUC 5120 Education and the American Dream 3 hours
EDUC 5130 Becoming a Reflective Practitioner 3 hours
EDUC 5140 Instructional Practice and Curriculum Design 3 hours
EDUC 5150 Literacy Instruction in a Digital Age 3 hours
EDUC 5160 Content Area Strategies for Meaningful Student Engagement 3 hours
EDUC-5210 Reaching All Learners: The Challenge and Opportunity of Diversity* 3 hours
EDUC-5220 Meeting the Needs of All Learners* 3 hours
EDUC-5230 The Psychology of Teaching and Learning* 3 hours
EDUC-5240 Classroom Assessment and Instructional Decisions* 3 hours
EDUC-5250 Integrating Instructional Technology* 3 hours
EDUC-5990 Capstone Experience: Action Research* 3 hours

*Course currently being developed.