Department of Curriculum & Instruction
Degrees, Credentials, Licensures, Endorsements
For more information on about any of the programs listed below, please contact the
Undergraduate Licensure and Degree Programs
Undergraduate students pursuing a teaching license may earn a Bachelor of Education degree in Middle Grade Education (Grades 4-9), Adolescent Young Adult Education (7-12), Career and Technical Education, or in Foreign Language (K-12). Those pursuing other degrees and licenses should visit the appropriate department.
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.
College Credit Plus (CCP) Credential (online)
The Teacher Credentialing Programs for College Credit Plus offer current teachers the opportunity to meet the degree requirements for college course faculty established by the Ohio Board of Higher Education. Currently four programs are offered: Biology, Chemistry, English and Mathematics. Teachers earn either a Master's degree or an Education Specialist (Ed.S.) degree along with their credential.
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 (on-line), Secondary Education, Middle Grade, Educational Technology (on-line), Career and Technical Education, and Arts and Education (36 hours).
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 12 credit hours in education, along with 21 hours of study in the subject area, and culminate in a 3-credit thesis, seminar or project.
Areas of Study: Education and Anthropology, Classics, Economics, English, English as a Second Language (ESL), French, German, History, Mathematics, 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 12 credit hours in education, along with 21 hours of study in the subject area, and culminate in a 3-credit thesis, seminar or project.
Areas of study: Education and Biology, Chemistry, Geology, Mathematics, Physics.
Doctoral Degree Programs
Ph.D. and Ed.D through Curriculum and Instruction are offered in the following concentrations: Curriculum and Instruction, Educational Technology, Elementary Education, Gifted and Talented Education, Secondary Education, Special Education.
Education Specialist Degree Programs
Education Specialist in Curriculum and Instruction
Online Ohio Reading Endorsement
Administration of Programs
All graduate programs in the College of Education are administered jointly by the college and the Graduate School. Students may contact the specific department, the college, or the Graduate School for further information on programs or admission requirements.