The Master of Education (MED) in Curriculum and Instruction program is designed for candidates who already hold a valid teaching certification and wish an advanced graduate degree and T-5 certification. There is a general track designed for teachers at all grade levels and subject areas. There are also secondary education tracks for teachers in English, Mathematics and History. The program consists of 36 semester hours; 18 semester hours of education core and 18 hours of concentrated content. Candidates in the general track can choose from a variety of concentrations including content area courses, reading endorsement, P-5 mathematics endorsement, or gifted endorsement courses. Candidates in the secondary education tracks will complete a concentration in the content area.
There will be field assignments required to be completed in each education course in the program. Candidates will be expected to complete an electronic portfolio in addition to the MED coursework to demonstrate their ability with the conceptual framework principles of the College of Education.
For further information please contact an MED advisor.