Curriculum and Instruction (M.S.)
The majority of students pursuing the M.S. in Curriculum and Instruction attend part-time. Thus a full-time curriculum is generally not available each semester. Students who seek to attend full-time may add courses from a variety of graduate certificate options including: Autism, Instructional Technology, Teacher Leadership, Reading Teacher K-12, Library Media Specialist, Design for E-Learning, Early Childhood Special Education and Traffic Safety Education.
Coursework from outside the School of Education can also be used to create a full-time credit load each semester.
Undergraduate GPA is closely reviewed.
Admission decisions are made throughout the year as completed application files are received. Students may be admitted for fall, spring and summer terms.
Graduate Assistantship Overview
One to two graduate assistantship positions are generally sponsored each year and are available both fall and spring semesters.
Potential areas for graduate assistant involvement include advisement of undergraduate students, supervision of students in the field, research, and teaching.
Facts & Figures
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Master's College or University I
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