UT Tyler School of Education - Graduate
Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction - Online and Face-to-Face Options
Currently accepting admission applications for the Spring 2016 semester
The School of Education provides educators two options for advancing their craft through earning a Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction. Our primary method of delivery is in an online environment. Our secondary method of delivery is in face-to-face courses to address the specific needs of various cohorts.
For students interested in the online option, all education courses in this degree are online and provide students with advanced Curriculum and Instruction coursework with an emphasis on diversity and technology. In addition, the degree structure allows the student to focus on a professional cognate area. Two of the cognates are also totally online, Special Education, and the academic content area of English. The Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction degree is appropriate for teachers who wish to prepare to be instructors of high school dual credit/junior college level courses.
Applicants for the Master of Education degree with a major in Curriculum and Instruction must meet General Degree Requirements of the College of Education. Applicants must meet the standards for admission to and retention in the program. Tuition and fees are substantially discounted for online courses. Traditional, face-to-face courses taken toward the degree do not receive discounted tuition and fees. Contact Dr. Mark Lewis for further information at email@example.com.
A student may transfer a maximum of 9 semester hours of graduate credit in which a grade of "B" or better has been earned from approved institutions. Transfer credit must be approved by the student's advisor. Transfer credit cannot be approved unless an official transcript of all transfer work is on file in the Office of Graduate Studies. Transfer credit should be evaluated and approved prior to the completion of the degree plan.
Foundations Area: 9 hours
EDUC 5301: Research Methods for the Behavioral Sciences
EDUC 5302: Research in Curriculum and Instruction
EDUC 5352: Curriculum Foundations or equivalent content specific curriculum course
Major Area: 9 hours
Curriculum and Instruction - Choose one from:
EDUC 5303: Applied Learning Theories
EDUC 5306: Topics in Education
EDUC 5308: Current Issues in Education
EDUC 5370: Historical and Philosophical Foundations of American Education
Human Diversity - Choose one from:
ENGL 5384: Acquisition and Development of English as a Second Language
EDUC 5356: Education that is Multicultural
EDSP 5350: Overview of Special Education
Educational Technology - Choose one from:
EDUC 5320: World Wide Web Applications
EDUC 5359: Educational Technology
Cognate Area: 12 hours
Choose cognate coursework from:
Single Content Area**
*Program 100% online.
**Single content area of English is 100% online.
Total: 30 hours
View the tentative rotation of courses for the online Master's of Education in Curriculum & Instruction
Dr. Mark Lewis (Curriculum & Instruction)
Office: BEP 222C
Office: BEP 223
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