Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction
Whether you have completed your bachelor’s degree and are interested in becoming a teacher, are already a licensed teacher, or are looking to expand your knowledge and experience in the field of preK-12 education, the School of Education offers a variety of programs at the graduate level to meet your needs. Please browse the program options below.
Visit the pages below to learn more about each of our graduate programs, including admission requirements, advising information, and the unique benefits of each program.
Check out the following links for information on tuition and fees for graduate programs, official catalog information, and more.
(At the above link, the most recent version of the tuition table is listed under “Graduate Tuition Tables” and then under “School of Education”)
(At the above link, use dropdown menu at the top right to select the current Graduate Catalog)
Review the handbook for up-to-date, detailed information about being a student in one of our graduate programs.
Prospective students will meet with our SOE Director of Graduate Programs to discuss program options and expectations, while students currently in one of our graduate programs will meet with faculty advisors in their program area as they progress through their coursework.
Request an appointment today through the following page.
Most of our programs require supervised field experience work. Students in professional programs which require field experience work are covered by the university’s worker’s compensation policy. Procedures to follow in the event of an injury or illness that occurs during a placement arranged for you by the School of Education can be found at the following link.