Curriculum and Instruction

Advanced Degrees in Curriculum and Instruction

Licensure and Masters Program (LAMP)
The LAMP Program is designed for students who already hold a bachelor's degree and wish to pursue a teaching license and Master's degree.

Master of Education Degree Programs (M.Ed.)
The M.Ed. degree offers advanced study in Curriculum and Instruction. Except where noted, all programs require 30 hours of study. Students may earn an M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction (online), Educational Technology (online), and Career-Tech Education.

Master of Arts and Education Programs (M.A.E.)
The M.A.E. degree is for students who wish to combine advanced study in education with a content focus in the Humanities, Languages, Social Sciences or Mathematics. All degrees require 18 credit hours in education, along with 18 hours of study in the subject area, and culminate in a 3-credit thesis, seminar or project. The M.A.E. in English may be earned alongside the College Credit Plus teaching credential.

Areas of Study: Economics, English, English as a Second Language (ESL), French, Geography, German, History, Political Science, Sociology, Spanish.

Master of Science and Education (M.E.S)
The M.E.S. degree is for students who wish to combine advanced study in education with a content focus in Science or Mathematics. All degrees require 18 credit hours in education, along with 18 hours of study in the subject area. The M.E.S. in Biology, Chemistry, or Mathematics may be earned alongside the College Credit Plus teaching credential.

Areas of study: Biology (online), Chemistry (online), Geology, Mathematics, Physics.

Education Specialist Degree Programs
The Education Specialist in Curriculum and Instruction program is designed for educators who wish to become advanced practitioners in their field. The degree culminates in a practicum experience working in a school setting. Education Specialists often become teacher leaders, Curriculum Specialists, Assessment Specialists, or Mentor Teachers in their districts.

Doctoral Degree Programs
Students may earn a Ph.D. through Curriculum and Instruction in the following concentrations: Curriculum and Instruction, Educational Technology, Secondary Education.

Last Updated: 12/1/16