Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction
Online Degree Overview
- Mervyn Wighting, Ph.D.
The Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction (C&I) is designed to prepare educators to develop and deliver effective instructional opportunities for diverse students in various learning settings including public, private, higher education, and the workplace. The Teacher Leader concentration is ideal for current teachers who wish to further their professional knowledge and personal development by earning a master's degree that will help them to become leaders in their field. The C&I degree emphasizes understanding learner characteristics, instructional design, program and student assessment, and the effective integration of technology into instructional programs.
Master's in Curriculum and Instruction
—Teacher Leader Highlights
Curriculum: View Course Sequence & Descriptions
Length: 33 credit hours. May be completed in 18-24 months.
Format: Eight-week courses offered entirely via online learning. One core course offered on campus each semester. Students may begin the program in August, October, January, March, May, or July.
Results: Master of Education degree with concentration in Teacher Leadership.
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Other Concentration Areas: Adult Education | Christian School | Gifted & Talented
The Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction will prepare you for leadership positions such as department head, content specialist, lead teacher, or curriculum developer. Those employed in school system or higher education administration, corporate, and non-profit settings will also benefit from this degree.
Master's in Curriculum and Instruction—Teacher Leader
graduates will be able to:
- Demonstrate the ability to integrate a Christian worldview in professional practice.
- Demonstrate leadership by being an exemplary model of professional attitude, behavior and practices, including curriculum development, research-based best practices in teaching, and methods of assessing and measuring learner outcomes; by remaining abreast of the current knowledge base within the discipline, by maintaining an awareness of developments, issues and concerns within the field, and by acting as agents of change.
- Demonstrate reflective practice through critical analysis of professional situations: through thoughtful identification of areas in need of attention, through development and implementation of proactive responses to identified needs, and through attentive ongoing evaluation of effectiveness of those responses.
- Demonstrate professional communication skills through effective oral presentations, and through thoughtful, clear and concise written documents.