Program Highlights & Benefits
Classroom instruction for multiple learning styles
2 year or less completion time, including holiday breaks
No GRE or admission tests
No weekend classes
What You Learn
The Master’s of Arts in Differentiated Instruction is designed to assist PK-12 teachers in the application of purposeful and dynamic strategies that empower each learner to access the full curriculum and achieve academic success in a complex learning environment.
How You Learn
This program is an accelerated 2 year cohort program. For the face-to-face format, you will meet one night a week from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. and finish one 3 credit course every 7 weeks. An online format is available that does not require face to face meetings; however, a weekly one hour synchronous audio/visual chat is required. You will still complete one 3 credit course every 7 weeks.
At completion of the program as outlined below, you will earn a Master of Arts in Education in Differentiated Instruction.
Master of Arts in Education in Differentiated Instruction
|ED 512||Ethical Issues for Professional Educators||3|
|DI 594||Effective Practices in Differentiated Instruction||3|
|ED 521||Educational Research and Applications||3|
|DI 536||Inclusion: Effective Practices for All Students||3|
|DI 532||Collaboration in Inclusive Settings||3|
|DI 509||Application of Differentiated Instruction in Gifted Education||3|
|DI 515||Family Systems for Educators||3|
|DI 534||Teaching Students with Mental Health Needs||3|
|DI 538||Differentiating Instruction Across Content||3|
|ED 590||Conducting Research and Completing the Capstone||3|
|Total Credit Hours:||30|
This is not an official schedule and your cohort may take these courses in a different order.