MAE - Curriculum & Instruction Concentration
Online Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction
Expand your knowledge of teaching and learning in an online master’s degree program you can complete at your own pace. Created by educators for educators, the curriculum and instruction program helps you develop the skills to build opportunities for your students and improve learning. The program also includes a hands-on capstone research project that gives you the chance to lead the design and implementation of an improvement effort in your school district or organization. The master’s degree in curriculum and instruction is offered completely online and does not require a teaching certificate to enroll.
In the online master's degree in curriculum and instruction at Greenville University, you'll learn how to:
- Teach students, peers, and staff efficiently and effectively.
- Use the most effective methods of curriculum and instruction in both an educational and corporate context.
- Apply study areas such as curricular design, learning assessment, change management, literacy, and educational technology to a wide range of careers.
- Integrate Christian values and faith-based principles into curriculum and instruction and serve in a culturally diverse world.
Why Earn Your Online Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction at Greenville University?
The curriculum and instruction program teaches you the most current theories and methods to engage audiences and enhance your value as a teacher, instructor, or trainer. These are some of the top reasons to choose Greenville University for your graduate school education:
- Earn your master’s degree online in as little as two years. Our state-of-the-art online learning platform gives you the flexibility to take classes at your convenience while interacting closely with instructors and classmates through discussion boards, video, and other learning applications. Find out why Greenville was recently ranked first on a list of best online schools in Illinois.
- Learn from expert faculty with diverse education experience. Our instructors are education leaders with extensive knowledge of the latest educational research, methods, techniques, and delivery opportunities. Meet the faculty for the online master’s degree in curriculum and instruction program at Greenville University.
- Develop skills for diverse careers. Topics covered in the curriculum and instruction graduate program courses will be valuable to a wide range of education roles, including traditional classroom teachers, corporate trainers, human resources professionals, and program coordinators. Learn more about courses in the curriculum and instruction online master’s program.
Related Programs at Greenville University
Thinking about earning your master’s degree in curriculum and instruction? You might also be interested in learning more about these programs offered at Greenville University:
- Online Master of Arts in Teaching – Elementary Education Licensure
- Online Master of Arts in Special Education
- Online Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership
Find more of GU's online degree programs here.
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MAE - Curriculum & Instruction Concentration Course Requirements
The MAE - Curriculum and Instruction program has flexible scheduling. Students begin with EDUC 532 Foundations of Graduate Studies in Education and complete the program with EDUC 583 Capstone Research Project. All other courses may be taken at the complete convenience of the student. Most students take just one course every eight weeks making the master's degree perfect for busy adults. View the link to all course offerings
Convenient Online Learning Format
Online programs and courses at Greenville University are designed with student engagement at the core.
Online students are challenged with a variety of learning experiences both independently and cooperatively within the course. The amount of interaction varies by subject, but a well-managed study plan will help the online learner stay focused, on task, and involved.
Visit the Online Graduate Catalog for an explanation of graduation requirements.