Greenville College

Greenville College

Curriculum and Instruction, M.A.E.



Program Information

Degrees Offered:

M.A.E. Curriculum & Instruction

Format: Online

Program Description:

A Master of Arts in Education (MAE) with a major in Curriculum and Instruction from Greenville College offers the chance for you to enhance your skills in building opportunities for your students to improve learning. For those working in both the traditional and non-traditional education fields who want to develop their instructional skills, an online master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Greenville College is the opportunity for you to expand your knowledge of teaching and learning. The course of study requires the completion of 10 courses and can be completed in as little as two years in an online environment. Developing new understandings of the latest educational research, methods, techniques, and delivery opportunities will allow you to grow and flourish as an educator in the K-12 classroom, a community college classroom, or in the corporate training setting. Traditional classroom teachers, corporate trainers, human resources professionals, and program coordinators need to be able to teach students, peers, and staff efficiently and effectively. Greenville College's online MAE in Curriculum and Instruction provides you with the skills you will need to utilize the most effective methods of curriculum and instruction in both the educational and the corporate context. The MAE in Curriculum and Instruction does not require a teaching certificate to enroll in the program. This program teaches you the most current theories and methods to engage audiences and enhance your value as a teacher, instructor or a trainer. Areas of study include curricular design, assessment of learning, managing change in an educational setting, literacy in today's society and managing educational technologies. Each class focus can be applied to a broad range of career opportunities. This program is also completely online, which allows flexibility as you go through your coursework.


The College has been accredited since 1947 by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools as an institution granting the bachelor's degree, and since 1996 granting the master's degree. Since 1974-75 the Illinois State Teacher Certification Board has approved the teacher education program. Institutional membership is held in the American Council on Education, the Association of American Colleges, the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities, the Federation of Illinois Independent Colleges and Universities, the National Commission of Education, and other professional organizations. It is one of the colleges approved officially by the Free Methodist Church of North America, and is recommended to any members who want to pursue Christian higher education.

Facts & Figures

# of Credits Required: 33

Average Cost per Credit (Graduate): $396 (includes book rental) USD

Classification: Baccalaureate College—General

Locale: Distant Town

Size & Settings: 1,000-2,999

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