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Curriculum & Instruction


The Curriculum and Instruction (C&I) program offers advanced study in the areas of theory, research, development, application, and evaluation. Our Master of Education (M.Ed.) program prepares students to obtain a teaching license. Our Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) prepares students to take positions as school teachers, and the Doctor of Philosophy program prepares students for a wide-range of possibilities in higher education employment.



Dr. James Henderson
Program Coordinator
404 White Hall


Master's Programs

The Curriculum and Instruction faculty offer five master's degree programs in a wide range of professional specializations and concentration:

  • Curriculum and Instruction Specializations
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Mathematics Specialist
  • Reading Specialist
  • Secondary Education


Ed.S. Program
An Ed.S. degree in education is available in curriculum, instruction and educational administration. Ed.S. degree programs are composed of general core courses, professional education courses, liberal education electives, and a supervised internship

Doctoral Program
The Curriculum and Instruction program offers the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree to qualified students interested in issues related to educational curriculum and instruction.

Graduate Assistant and Teaching Fellowship  

Schedule of Curriculum and Instruction Ph.D. and Masters Core Courses