Master of Education Degree Requirements

MEd, Curriculum and Instruction

The Master of Education in Curriculum & Instruction is designed for students who want to be:

  • Prepared for leadership roles while continuing as a classroom teacher;
  • Challenged to lead other teachers with professional development in their schools;
  • Equipped for conducting authentic action research; and
  • Qualified to add an endorsement to their teaching license.

According to a recent research project conducted by the Teacher Leader Exploratory Consortium, there is a great need for teachers willing to serve in middle-management roles such as, but not limited to:

  • Resource Provider
  • Instructional Specialist
  • Classroom Supporter
  • Learning Facilitator
  • Mentor
  • School Team Leader
  • Data Coach

The M.Ed. Curriculum & Instruction will help prepare students for these types of roles and is designed to fulfill the educational requirements for the Instructional Facilitator endorsement.

 

REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MASTER OF EDUCATION (M.Ed.) IN CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION

  • ED 7033  Christian Foundations and Instructional Facilitation (3 credit hours)
  • ED 7353  Human Intellect and the Brain (3 credit hours)
  • ED 7513  Action Research and Data Analysis for School and Classroom Use (3 credit hours)
  • ED 7733  Differentiated Learning (3 credit hours)
  • ED 8133  Building Learning Communities (3 credit hours)
  • ED 8173  Instructional Facilitation/Teacher Leadership (3 credit hours)
  • ED 8233  Advanced Curriculum Design (3 credit hours)
  • ED 8473  Technology for School Leaders (3 credit hours)
  • ED 8633  Curriculum Alignment and Assessment (3 credit hours)
  • ED 8813  Action Research Practicum (3 credit hours)

 

Minimum semester credit hours for MEd in Curriculum & Instruction – 30

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