Master of Education

Curriculum and Teaching Online

The Master of Education in Curriculum and Teaching program reflects teaching and learning in the 21st Century and is based on the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards and the Ohio Standards for the Teaching Profession.

Whether you seek to expand your existing license, build 21st century technology skills, or strengthen your expertise in reading, this Master of Education degree is for you.

Graduate of this program meet the highest standards in teaching and learning in the State of Ohio and nationally.

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Curriculum and Teaching Online Masters Program

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Education Innovator
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Teaching Advancement
2 in 1 master's degree, choose a certificate or endorsement

Courses/Cost/Time

11 online courses (34 hours)
Tuition estimate-$14,700
Finish in 18 months
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Program Benefits

Six start dates throughout the year
Eight-week classes
Choice of endorsement, certificate, or other tailored elective program
Engaging professional learning communities
Technology-rich program that helps you stay current with the changing nature of the field Enhanced focus on assessment and data-driven decisions
Emphasis on theory into practice with diverse field experiences
Courses tied to field experiences that promote hands-on learning
Core content designed to assist you in making the transition to Master Teacher or Nationally Board Certified teacher
Rigorous, thought-provoking and timely content
Dedicated, expert faculty who will assist your transition from professional educator to expert educator

 

What our students are saying about the program

“Participating in the curriculum and teaching master’s program at BGSU helped me to further develop my skills in my own classroom. Through an understanding of the curriculum, as well as an understanding of early childhood development, I was able to transfer over best-practice strategies for the benefit of my students.”

– Kelley Coronado, Whitehouse Primary, Second Grade

“Personally and professionally, Bowling Green State University redefined my life’s purpose, perspective and posture. The curriculum and teaching program, in tandem with full-time graduate assistantship, afforded me the opportunity to explore and understand culture, history and education in ways not possible in my home state. The program’s expectation of rigorous research, conducted in the context of diverse educational communities, prepared me to think and work effectively as a curriculum consultant, instructional coach and university faculty member.”

– Michelle Rygg, Student Teaching Supervisor, Washington State University

Course Requirements

We reserve the right to adjust the courses offered, course sequence   and content as necessary to continually upgrade and improve the program.    

EDTL   6110 Curriculum Inquiry (3) with field experience
EDTL   6770
 Curriculum Issues and Trends (3) with field experience
EDTL   6120
 Classroom Technology for Teachers (3)
EDTL   6500
 Advanced Pedagogy and Best Practices (3)

RESEARCH CORE:  

Required:
EDTL   6530
 Qualitative Approaches to Classroom Inquiry (3)

Choose One:
EDFI   6410
 Statistics (3) OR
EDFI   6450
 Using Assessment and Research to Improve Practice (3)

FINAL PROJECT: Choose One 
EDTL   6910
 Master's Project in Curriculum and Teaching (3)
EDTL   6990
 Thesis Research (3)

ELECTIVES (12): Choose a stackable certificate or endorsement

Choice of graduate-level endorsement and certificate courses OR Elective courses of your choice 

  Description of Coursework Pre-requisites

Early Childhood Generalist Endorsement (15 credits) 

36 credits total to degree

Prepares teachers holding an Ohio K-3 license to teach all subject areas in grades 4 and 5.

  • EDTL 4500/5500: Upper Elementary Social Studies Instruction (3) 
  • EDTL 4501/5501: Upper Elementary Math Instruction (3) · 
  • EDTL 4502/5502: Upper Elementary Science Instruction (3) ·
  • EDTL 4503/5503: Upper Elementary Language Arts Instruction (3) · 
  • HDFS 4504/5504: Development and Learning in Children 8-12 (3)
Ohio K-3 License

Middle Childhood Generalist Endorsement (12 credits)

33 credits total to degree

Prepares teachers holding an Ohio Middle Childhood Education license to add one or two academic areas to their licenses, enabling them to teach the added subjects in grades 4-6.

Language Arts 
EDTL 5503: Upper Elementary Language Arts (3)
EDTL 6400: Advanced Literacy & Language Arts (3)

Mathematics 
EDTL 5501: Upper Elementary Math (3)
EDTL 6410: Advanced Methods in Elementary (3)Math
Science 
EDTL 5502: Upper Elementary Science (3)
EDTL 6420: Advanced Methods in Elementary (3)Science
Social Studies 
EDTL 5500: Teaching Ohio and the Americas (3)
EDTL 6430: Advanced Methods in Intermediate Grades Social Studies (3)

Ohio 4-9 Middle Childhood Education License

Reading Endorsement (15 credits)

 

33 credits total to degree (EDTL 6910 waived for EDTL 6280)

For candidates who wish to focus on positions as reading teachers at all grade levels and with all students. The Ohio Reading Endorsement Program leads to an endorsement on a valid teaching license. In addition to completing these courses, candidates must pass the Ohio Assessment for Educators Reading Subtest I (038) and Reading Subtest II (039) to obtain the PreK-12 Reading Endorsement.

  • EDTL 6200: Content Literacy P-12 (3)
  • EDTL 6210: Literacy: Theories and Applications (3)
  • EDTL 6220: Classroom Literacy Assessment and Intervention (3)
  • EDTL 6260: Role of Phonics and Word Recognition in Reading and Instruction (3)
  • EDTL 6280: Practicum in Literacy Intervention (3)

(a) Current Educator license

(b) complete Baccalaureate degree, and

(c) completion of 9-12 prerequisite hours of reading course work, dependent on current license held

Computer Technology Endorsement (16 credits)

 

34 credits total to degree (EDTL 6120 waived for EDTL 6310)

Prepares teachers for leadership capabilities for local, state or national educational technology initiatives; candidates also will be licensed to teach K-12 computer science courses.

  • EDTL 6310: Technology in the 21st Century Classroom (3)
  • EDTL 6320: Technology Leadership and Professional Development (3)
  • EDTL 6330: Dynamic Media (3)
  • EDTL 6350: Real World School Tech (3)
  • EDTL 6360: Internet in the Educational Community (3)
  • EDTL 6390: Special Topics in Classroom Technology (1)
 

K-12 Online Teaching and Learning Certificate (13 credits)

 

34 credits total to degree

Prepares K-12 classroom teachers to be effective online teachers by providing them with research skills necessary to investigate student learning within online K-12 educational contexts.

  • EDFI 6300: Psychological Foundations of E-Learning (3)
  • EDFI 6400: Educational Technology and Societies (3) Elective
  • EDFI 6500: Designing, Managing, and Evaluating E-Learning & E-Learning Environments (3)
  • EDFI 6960: Supervised Teaching Practicum in eLearning (4)
 

Elective suggestions include: 

EDFI   6000 Philosophy of Education
EDFI   6010
 Comparative Education
EDFI   6020
 History of Education
EDFI   6030
 Cultural Studies in Education
EDTL   6200
 Content Literacy P-12
EDTL   6800
 Graduate Seminar in Curriculum and Instruction
EDTL   6950
 Workshop in Curriculum and Instruction

other courses as  approved by graduate advisor

Application Requirements

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Note:  All graduate level programs use the same Graduate College Application. A $45 nonrefundable application fee is assessed for domestic applications. The international application fee is $75.

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Submit Transcripts & Standardized Test Scores

Submit scanned copies of official or unofficial transcripts from all institutions attended to the Graduate College. Upon admission, final official transcripts from each degree granting institution must be submitted.

Official transcripts and test scores are to be sent to:

Graduate College
120 McFall Center
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, OH 43403

Accepted Standardized Tests:

  • GRE General Test
  • Praxis II Principles of Learning,
  • Ohio Assessments for Educators (OAE) Assessment of Professional (Pedagogical) Knowledge

Test scores must be within the past ten years  and non-original scores must be notarized. TOEFL scores are required from applicants whose native language is not English. For information on the GRE/Praxis/TOEFL tests, visit the Educational Testing Service website.  

You will be enrolled in and receive your graduate degree from the College of Education and Human Development