M.Ed. in Curriculum & Instruction
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There are a number of possible uses for a degree in curriculum and instruction. Of course, one will become a better teacher and may remain in the classroom (usually with an increase in salary). And, of course, earning a master's degree is a step toward a doctorate.
A full-time student enrolled in three courses per semester can complete this program in four semesters, with an allowance for the comprehensive in the fourth semester. Part-time students who enroll in two courses per semester in an academic year typically complete the program in six semesters. Students have five years from acceptance to complete the program.
All courses are available at the Water Tower Campus.