Curriculum and Instruction (MEd)
Program Coordinator: Clarissa M. Uttley, PhD
The Master of Education (MEd) in Curriculum and Instruction offers students the opportunity to explore new and emerging research-based practices in teaching and learning. Those wishing to improve their teaching skills and content knowledge are encouraged to pursue this option. Designed with the flexibility to meet the individual needs and interests of candidates, this option allows students to pursue various specialization areas to meet their professional goals.
In addition to the MEd in Curriculum and Instruction, candidates may pursue the following concentration: the Shanghai American School Partnership.
|Master's Core Component|
|ED 5000||Social Behavior in a Diverse Society||3|
|IN 5400||Imagination, Creativity and Innovation||3|
|ED 5030||Research Design||3|
|ED 5060||Theories of Learning and Cognitive Development||3|
|ED 5140||Assessment: Principles and Practices||3|
|or ED 6100||Curriculum Integration and Performance -Based Assessment|
|Electives to be determined with advisor||15|
|ED 6900||Graduate Capstone Project||3|