The Master of Education in Curriculum, Instruction and Innovation is offered utilizing a cohort model. Students have the convenience of a fully online program with an option to meet with faculty online to enhance learning and build community.
Classes begin every 8 weeks, and new students may join throughout the year. Contact us now to get started on your graduate degree.
EDUC8000 Orientation: Graduate Education (0)
EDUC7505 Teachers as Leaders (3)
EDUC7511 The Learning Process (3)
EDUC7532 Instructional Models (3)
EDUC7552 Instructional Coaching (3)
EDUC7553 Curriculum, Assessment, and Collaboration (3)
EDUC7554 Innovative Instruction (3)
EDUC7555 Mixed Methods Research (3)
EDUC7556 Conceptual Statistics and Applications for Educators (3)
EDUC7557P Program Portfolio (0-1)
EDUC7571 Education in a Globalized and Multicultural Society (3)
EDUC7572 Innovative Instruction 2.0 (3)
EDUC7584 Data-Driven Decision-Making (3)
Total Credits: 33 semester credits are required.
Master of Education
$555 per credit, $150 per semester technology fee
|Education Administrators, Elementary and Secondary School||$74,990|
|Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education||$47,670|
Middle School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical Education
|Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical Education||$47,350|
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