Master's of Education (M.Ed.)

Curriculum & Instruction

Affordable Tuition

$153/mo

*if using financial aid

How to Pay
Hybrid or 100% Online 36 major credits * 20 Months
Next Available MEd Cohorts Set to Begin this January
Our Students Have a 100% Pass Rate on Licensure Exams
Financial Aid Update: Interest rates DECREASE from 6.08% to 4.3% for the 2020-2021 school year!

Program Highlights & Benefits

Hybrid or 100% online cohorts

Can be obtained in as little as five semesters

Typically, in fall and spring semesters, one course is completed every eight weeks; in summer, two to four courses are taken depending upon the program.

Prepare for leadership roles in PreK-12 schools and districts

Degree Intentions:

The MEd in Curriculum and Instruction is designed for experienced educators with the desire to become pedagogical experts and leaders in PreK-12 teaching positions.

Candidates will:

  • Develop extensive knowledge of leadership and change within educational and other societal institutions
  • Analyze and interpret school and primary research data and can conduct action research to effect change
  • Foster and maintain relationships within the school, and with the district, parents, and community members to support student achievement

Formatting to Accommodate the Busy Lifestyles of Educators:

Students in our blended cohorts take three to four of the core courses for the degree in a face-to-face format. These courses meet one night per week, from 4:45 to 8:45 p.m., while the remaining courses for the degree are completed online. These online courses do not require face-to-face class meetings; students log-in regularly to complete assignments, participate in online discussions, and engage in group activities. During the Fall and Spring terms, students typically finish one course every 8 weeks. During the summertime, students complete up to four courses. All courses taken in the Summer terms are online. Following this schedule, candidates complete the degree in approximately 5 semesters.

Students in our online cohorts take all courses for the degree in a completely online format. These courses do not include face-to-face class meetings; students log-in regularly to complete assignments, participate in online discussions, and engage in group activities. During the Fall and Spring terms, students typically finish one course every 8 weeks. During the summertime, students complete up to four courses. All courses taken in the Summer are online. Following this schedule, candidates complete the degree in approximately five semesters.

Career Outcomes:

Graduates of this program are equipped to serve as teacher-leaders, curriculum developers, and provide exemplary classroom instruction in PreK-12 schools.

Degree Requirements

Number Title Hours
EDUC 531 OR EDUC 672 Evaluation of Learning OR Evaluation for Continuous Improvement 3
EDUC 561 Effective Home, School, and Community Relations 3
EDUC 630 Educational Research 3
EDUC 635 Integrating Research and Learning 3
EDUC 638 Foundations of Leadership 3
SPED 524 OR TESL 565 Techniques for Inclusion OR Language and Culture 3
ELECTIVE Choose an online elective from M.Ed. course offerings 3
ELECTIVE Choose an online elective from M.Ed. course offerings 3
ELECTIVE Choose an online elective from M.Ed. course offerings 3
ELECTIVE Choose an online elective from M.Ed. course offerings 3
ELECTIVE Choose an online elective from M.Ed. course offerings 3
ELECTIVE Choose an online elective from M.Ed. course offerings 3
Total for Degree: 36
Please Note:

The degree requirements listed above are tentative and are subject to change. This is not an official class schedule.