Curry Instructional Technology graduates are leaders in any environment involving learning, ranging from K-12 schools, adult training and human resource development, higher education, and life-long learning through museums and consumer/non-profit organizations. IT is increasingly important in helping professionals re-train, re-tool, and re-skill as careers change multiple times over a lifetime.
At the Curry School, Instructional Technology isn't just a program, it's a key theme in the identity of the entire School of Education. Our students work closely with faculty in a collegial environment on both time-tested and leading-edge practices. You'll find yourself working with the most talented students from virtually every discipline and background. You will also learn team leadership skills and form lifelong friendships.
The University of Virginia is one of the top-ranked public universities in the nation, and the Curry School is nationally recognized for its leadership and innovation. In addition, nestled at the edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Charlottesville has been ranked as the most live-able city in the country.
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges