Elementary and secondary school teachers wanting to increase their knowledge about curriculum development and planning and improve their teaching expertise will be interested in this Master’s program in Curriculum and Instruction.
Students will become specialists in developing curriculum for elementary and secondary programs. As they learn to use instructional innovations and applications, their effectiveness in the classroom will be enhanced.
The opportunity to apply their new skills in classroom settings will help students become accomplished professionals who can successfully face challenges in the classrooms of tomorrow
International Student Requirements:
The minimum TOEFL score necessary to be admitted to our Master of Science in Education program is 600 on the paper-based test, 250 on the computer-based test, and 100 on the internet-based test. Also, applicants are asked to submit two recommendations (form can be provided) and official transcript(s) of any previous degree(s), etc. At least 9 semester hours of education classes at the undergraduate level. Please note that students are asked to complete all pre-requisites prior to enrollment in Master’s courses. Please contact Mrs. Melodie Lopez in the Graduate Studies Office (firstname.lastname@example.org) for additional international student requirements.