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The curriculum and instruction emphasis prepares graduates to perform a number of specialized tasks, including creating new curriculum material and modules; researching new teaching methods; evaluating how students learn; planning teacher training programs; and much more in a variety of educational settings.
- 30 - 33 graduate credit hours
- Individualized program of study
- Develop expertise to support student learning, enhance instruction and facilitate school and district improvement
- M.Ed. programs can be completed in less than two years
- Convenient summer offerings, hybrid courses and/or weekend delivery models
The adult, community and professional education emphasis provides professionals engaged in leadership roles, or in educating adults in a variety of settings, with the most current information on theory, research and practice to prepare them for a rapidly changing global society. Students explore adult education issues related to learning, curriculum planning, evaluation and administration. In the program, students research and prepare projects relevant to a variety of professional and educational settings.