Curriculum & Instruction




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Toledo, OH 43606


Department of Curriculum and Instruction
2000 Gillham Hall, MS 924
Toledo, OH 43606

Master's of Education in Curriculum and Instruction


Masters of EducationThe Master's of Education in Curriculum and Instruction degree is aimed at those who wish to become more effective educators. Students in this program develop greater expertise in developing curriculum, designing instruction, assessing, and understanding the needs of learners. Students work with faculty to choose a range of courses focused on their particular interests. (See here for master's degrees aimed at those interested in developing their expertise in a particular academic field, such as History, Foreign Languages, or Physics.)

The M.Ed. is a 30 hour program with four core courses taken in each of the areas below. You also have some choice on which courses you take to fulfill these requirements. 

  • Curriculum and Instruction (3 credit hrs)
  • Educational Psychology (3 credit hrs)
  • Research and Measurement (3 credit hrs)
  • Theory and Social Foundations (3 credit hrs)

You will also take 4 electives based on your particular interests and goals (12 credit hrs). Depending on your choice of elective courses, you can also earn a literacy endorsement if desired.

The program culminates with a theory and research class (3 credit hrs), and the completion of either a Master's seminar aimed at producing a publishable manuscript, an action research project, or a thesis depending on your interest (3 credit hrs).

Coursework can be completed on campus, through a combination of on-campus and on-line courses, or as part of an off-campus cohort. 

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Last Updated: 11/21/17