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College of Education


Curriculum, Teaching, and Learning: Degree Programs

People who pursue advanced studies in curriculum and instruction or in teaching and learning nearly always start with a background -or at least a great interest in- education. Because of this, the questions of what to teach, how to teach it, and perhaps most importantly, how to evaluate what is being taught and its impacts are very important to you.

 

Curriculum and Instruction, Ed.D.

There are two areas of concentration in the online Curriculum and Instruction Ed.D.: Curriculum Studies and Educational Technology. The Curriculum Studies concentration focuses on using a balanced approach to diversity in schools and other educational institutions. The Educational Technology concentration specializes in the use of technology-based learning methods and equipment. 

Both programs stress the importance of core and diverse curriculum issues while preparing you for university professorships, district-level curriculum administration, and school-level instructional and leadership positions,

Because of this degree's intense focus, you will need either a concentration in Curriculum Studies or Education Technology to join this program. For more information about specific curriculum requirements, please visit the academic bulletin. 

 

Teaching, M.Ed.

If you are already a certified teacher, our online Master of Education in Teaching is the program for you. It gives you the opportunity to improve on your practice and open some new doors for your career, but at the same time allows you to do these things on your own schedule with an approach customized to your needs. For more information about specific curriculum requirements, please visit the academic bulletin. 

 

Teaching and Learning, Ph.D.

The Ph.D. in Teaching and Learning prepares you to enter academia by exploring the complex relationship between teaching and learning and their various disciplines across grade levels. For more information about specific curriculum requirements, please visit the academic bulletin.