The School of Education offers M.Ed, M.A., Ed.S., and Ph.D. graduate programs with a specialization in Curriculum Studies. To visit the Curriculum Theory Project website, click here.
The Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Curriculum and Instruction with a specialization in Curriculum Studies is designed to advance the knowledge base of certified teachers. This program requires 36 hours of credit at the graduate level. Students must pass a comprehensive final exam consisting of a series of written questions pertaining to this specialization.
Master of Arts (M.A.)
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The Ed.S. certificate is intended primarily for teachers, counselors, supervisors, and administrators in elementary and secondary schools. This program provides in-depth opportunities for further professional growth and specialization for persons who have completed the master’s degree. A minimum of 60 hours of graduate credit—which may include hours earned in the master’s degree—is required.
The Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction is structured to support interdisciplinary studies and individualization for researchers and practitioners. Advanced course work and research in the liberal arts and social sciences are emphasized. Individuals interested in pursuing a Ph.D. with specialization in Curriculum Studies should consult one of the program’s faculty members. You have seven years (post-masters or post-Ed.S.) to complete the Ph.D.
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