Master of Science in Curriculum and Instruction
Thesis: 33 Semester Credit Hours
Non-thesis: 33 Semester Credit Hours
Specializations: Bilingual Education (Online), Educational Administration (Online), Reading (Online), Special Education, Academic Discipline.
The Master of Science in Curriculum and Instruction enables graduates to assume a curricular leadership role in research, implementation, and evaluation of effective models of teaching and learning impact diverse learners. Improving student achievement is dependent upon many factors; research points to the teacher as having the greatest impact and influence.
Classroom Teacher, Curriculum Developer, Higher Education, Educational Policy Developer, Educational Consultant.
- Minimum 2.75 GPA (Last 60 Hours)
Thesis & Non-Thesis degree plans for curriculum outline and catalog information.
College of Education
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