Master of Education

Curriculum & Instruction

Affordable Tuition


*if using financial aid

How to Pay
Online 30 credits * 20 months
Lowest online tuition rate in the state of Nebraska
Many M.Ed. programs reduced from 36 to 30 credit hours

Program Highlights & Benefits

Become a better classroom teacher

Endorsements and/or Concentrations available with this degree

Online & Asynchronous Format

No GRE or Entrance Exam Required


Current teachers and educational professionals who want to earn a Master of Education degree in Curriculum and Instruction in order to help advance their career and become a forward-thinking curriculum coordinator or teacher leader.

What You Learn

Academic professionals and educational practitioners will teach you how to apply strategies and theories to improve your instructional skills. As you explore how to create curricula that meet the needs of diverse learners, you will study the best practices of educational research and instructional strategies, along with the evaluation and application of standardized assessment data.

How You Learn

This is an online cohort. You will check in online to complete assignments and participate in online discussions and group activities. You will finish one 3 credit course every 8 weeks.

Career Outcomes

Become a curriculum coordinator and design and implement curricula for school programs. If you choose to pursue one of our emphasis areas, you can also become an instructional technology leader, an ESL teacher or a STEAM program coordinator.

Courses Offered

Course NumberTitleCredits
EDUC 534

Empowering Teachers as Leaders

EDUC 531

Differentiation of Instruction to Improve Student Achievement

EDUC 506

Integrating Technology into the Classroom

EDUC 551

Curriculum Design and Evaluation

EDUC 594

Research Evaluation and Design

EDUC 514

Analyzing and Applying Assessment to Improve Instruction

EDUC 532

Enhancing Learning Through Linguistic and Cultural Diversity

EDUC 540

Curriculum and Instruction Capstone

EDUC 590

C & I Practicum

EDUC 625

Serving and Leading in the Community and World

 Total Credit Hours:30

In our online M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction, you can choose an emphasis area or teaching endorsement that fits your unique interests or needs in the classroom—without adding time onto your degree. Choose one of the following concentration areas for your curriculum and instruction master’s degree: Trauma and Resilience, English as a Second Language, Instructional Technology Leadership, and STEAM.