If you’ve been in the teaching profession for a few years and are ready to deepen your understanding of instructional strategies and curriculum development, Averett University can help. Our Master of Education degree in Curriculum and Instruction delves into the theory and practice of designing educational experiences for specific learners within different curriculum subject contexts.
Our courses are formatted with working teachers and professionals in mind. Each course is presented sequentially, so you can focus intensively on that course’s topic and skill set before moving on to the next. You’ll study with like-minded classmates and under the guidance of instructors who can offer insights based on real-world experience.
M.Ed. Course Topics at Averett
Averett University’s Master of Education program is designed to produce graduates who can successfully integrate pedagogical theory and practice to develop effective lessons appropriate to different student populations. Course topics include:
Philosophy of Education
Assessment and Portfolios
This M.Ed. degree program culminates in a written examination. Successful completion of the examination confers the degree only. Students must apply for their Virginia teaching or administration certification.
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges