Master of Arts in Education: Curriculum and Instruction
Susan Moore, Ed.D, Coordinator
The Master of Arts in Education: Curriculum and Instruction program provides practicing teachers with additional tools to help Pre-K-12 students adapt to the rapid social and economic changes occurring in our information-age society.
Current educational best practices in engaged learning, learning styles, technology integration, collegial collaboration and authentic assessment are threaded throughout the program. The culminating project is action research that incorporates theory and practice as it applies to enhancing teaching for improved student learning.
EDUC 607 — Educational Research
609 — Habits of Exemplary Teachers
614 — Integrating Technologies
616 — Understanding Today’s Children
632 — Integrating the Curriculum
646 — Applying Learning Theory
647 — Assessing for Student Achievement
649 — Exceptional Learners
656 — Critical Issues in Education
696 — Creative Project/Practicum
A GPA of 3.0 or higher is required to complete the program.