Master of Education Curriculum and Instruction
Laying a foundation of theory and best practice, the Master of Education (M.Ed.) in curriculum and instruction program promotes continuing professional development and lifelong learning for teachers and educational leaders. This is consistent with the recognition that capable and caring educators are necessary for students at all ages, ranging from the very young through adulthood.
Why Choose M.Ed. at SU?
The Master of Education in curriculum and instruction program is for P-12 educators who want to deepen and expand their content, curriculum and pedagogical skills. Applicants should hold a current teaching license. (Higher education professionals should consider the post-secondary track of this M.Ed. or the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Higher Education program.
Every educator in the curriculum and instruction program selects from a variety of course offerings to focus studies on their unique areas of interest. A wide variety of hybrid and online courses create the best of both worlds: flexibility with program focus and personal attention.
Alongside the unique program focus, every student takes four core foundational courses on topics crucial to current educational practice: research, diversity, learning and technology. Finally, candidates conclude their program with a capstone experience demonstrating their ability to conduct research on a critical need.
For details on admission, program policies as well as the program requirements, visit the University's catalog:
Faculty with Real-World Experience
Every educator in the curriculum and instruction program selects from a variety of course offerings to focus studies on their unique areas of interest.