Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction
Enhance Your Classroom Practice
Carroll University's Master of Education - Curriculum and Instruction program is designed for K-12 educators who wish to enhance their classroom practice. Certificate/license programs serve as areas of concentration when applied to a M.Ed. degree. Candidates can complete two certificate/license programs to meet the 33-credit requirement for a master degree in education. Alternately, candidates may choose to pair one concentration with the thesis track of core courses (EDU 601, 602, 603). This option is recommended for candidates who may later pursue a terminal degree. Depending on which certificate/license programs are applied to the M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction, candidates may need to enroll in elective courses to fulfill the 33-credit university requirement.
Master of Education Degree Concentrations
This unique program allows educators to choose what programs will best serve their professional learning needs. Customize your path to earning your M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction degree by choosing two of these certificate/license programs:
Reading #316 (18 credits)
The Reading Teacher program offers a supportive and interactive environment for current classroom teachers to broaden their understanding and skills related to research-based reading assessment, evaluation and instruction.
Elementary Mathematics Certificate (15 credits)
The Elementary Mathematics Concentration is a 5-course, 5-term Certificate program for the development of Elementary Mathematics Specialists.
K-12 Writing Certificate (15 credits)
This program balances research and theory with practice, preparing certified teachers to nurture engaged, flexible, and deep thinking writers across all disciplines and grade levels.
Educators as Advocates (18 credits)
Educators as Advocates prepares candidates who strive for academic excellence and equity of opportunity in education.
Adaptive Education #859 (15 credits)
The Adaptive Education program enables credentialed teachers to work effectively with students who have special needs. Candidates enrolled in this extended licensure program maintain a portfolio demonstrating how the acquired competencies apply to their particular educational context
Contact Carroll University for more information about this Graduate Education Program, our Admissions process, or for any other question you may have.