Curriculum and Instruction

Degrees and Areas of Specialization

The department of curriculum and instruction offers courses of study leading to the Master of Education (MEd) in learning and instructional design, and the Master of Education (MEd) in special education (high incidence, early childhood unified, low incidence and gifted). A Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) is offered for students seeking an initial license through an alternative licensure program. For those already holding a teaching certificate or license, curriculum and instruction offers endorsements in reading, ESOL, library media and special education areas (high incidence, low incidence and gifted). For those licensed in elementary education, an early childhood unified endorsement is also available.

Graduate certificates are offered in educational technology, interdisciplinary STEM education, and literacy.

Courses in Curriculum and Instruction