The M.S. in Teaching, Learning and Curriculum is designed to provide students with advanced teaching knowledge and skills well beyond that required for initial Pennsylvania certification. Graduates of the program will be qualified to purse careers in K-12 public and private schools, higher education, as well as local community and international outreach centers, state and U.S. government or human service agencies, and non-governmental agencies. Graduates will be prepared to function in a variety of roles as instructors, instructional learders or researchers in local, state, national and international organizations, foundations, associations, corporations and private educational institutions. The program also provides a strong foundation for doctoral level studies.
Graduates of the M.S. in Teaching, Learning and Curriculum will:
* Possess advanced knowledge related to effective instruction in a variety of educational settings.
* Demonstrate skills in developing, analyzing, implementing, and evaluating existing and new instructional strategies and practices in a variety of educational institutions/organizations.
* Exhibit outstanding leadership, organizational, cross cultural, inter-personal and advocacy skills including the ability to communicate effectively with internal and external groups.
* Have in-depth knowledge of both public and private (non-profit and for-profit) institutions as well as small and large institutions.
Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools