Master of Education in Curriculum & Teaching

College of Education & Human Development
Dean: Dr. Dawn Shinew

School of Teaching & Learning
School Director: Dr. Mark Seals
Program Coordinator and Graduate Advisor: Larry Graser

The Master of Education Program in Curriculum and Teaching reflects teaching and learning in the 21st Century and is designed to enhance curricular innovation and teaching practices necessary for master teachers. Coursework, field-based experiences, and a final project or thesis are designed to develop and extend abilities to facilitate learning for students.  The required twelve credit hours of electives offers choice in selecting a certificate or endorsement program from a menu of contemporary offerings or designing one’s own curricular focus.  This choice equips candidates with research and skills applicable to today’s classrooms. If more information is desired after reviewing this website, click on the link below:

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Practicing teachers may choose to take classes part-time as a part of our online program. This program requires approximately two years of coursework to obtain an M.Ed in Curriculum and Teaching. 

On-Campus (Face to Face) Cohort

On Campus students typically take classes on a full-time basis. The program requires one to two years of coursework to obtain an M.Ed in Curriculum in Teaching. On-Campus students are eligible for graduate assistantships within the program. For more information on graduate assistantships, please click (here).