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Master of Science in Curriculum and Instruction


Master of science in curriculum and instruction

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about the program

The Curriculum and Instruction program provides teachers and other professionals an opportunity to expand their knowledge in education, improve their practice, and learn how to better plan and implement curriculum. The program is 30 credit hours (12 credit hours of required courses and 18 hours of elective courses).  This allows professionals flexibility and choice regarding areas of interest. Students may take 6 hours per semester (fall, spring, and summer) and can finish in 5 semesters. Faculty members who teach in the Curriculum and Instruction program are experienced educational leaders and content specialists.

Students who have completed LETRS training may be eligible for up to 12 hours of EDUC 599-Special Topics credit.  This credit is offered at a reduced tuition rate of $75 per credit hour and can be applied to the electives portion of the degree. 

Completion of the Curriculum and Instruction program does not lead to teacher certification.

Certificate Options

K-12 English Language Learner Certificate

Contact the Department

Dr. Susan Craig 
Program Coordinator
Office: Taylor Hall 222
Phone: 417-625-9746