Passionate about education?
UToledo makes it convenient for working professionals to earn graduate degrees in curriculum and instruction — three degree options, online and on-campus courses, and Ohio’s first online Ph.D. program.
Students in the curriculum and instruction graduate program at The University of Toledo are highly motivated and skilled. They are leaders, not followers.
The Judith Herb College of Education is proud to offer the first online Ph.D. program in Ohio — a doctoral degree in special education curriculum and instruction.
UToledo offers three graduate degrees in curriculum and instruction, with various concentrations:
Master of Education (M.E.)
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
Educational Specialist (Ed.S.)
Flexibility. Evening and online courses make it easier for working professionals to pursue a graduate degree in curriculum and instruction at UToledo.
A high-quality value. Our successful alumni are proof that our master’s and doctoral programs can compete with programs at major universities.
First online Ph.D. program in Ohio. Earn an online doctoral degree in special education curriculum and instruction. Part-time students can finish the doctoral program in less than five years by taking six credit hours each semester, including summers.
Graduate assistantships provide financial support and allow students to work closely with faculty in their areas of interest. Assistantships funded by externally supported research projects also may be available.
UToledo students with graduate degrees in curriculum and instruction find positions as:
Curriculum and Instruction Graduate Program Sample Courses
Faculty in UToledo’s curriculum and instruction program are talented, nationally recognized teachers and researchers. They are committed to our students, as well as the larger community.
Master’s, Ed.S. and Ph.D. students work closely with expert faculty or conduct research on their own. Students have opportunities to research, present at national conferences and author articles with program faculty.
Faculty research interests include: