SEE YOURSELF SUCCEED WITH A master’s DEGREE IN CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION
Participate in excellence-driven programs that empower you with knowledge of curriculum content, pedagogy, instructional design and evidence-based assessments.
Enjoy the opportunity to learn from home with guidance and mentorship from world-class faculty who are respected researchers in their fields.
Join the ranks of our graduates who have gone on to become high school principals, superintendents and school counselors.
Whether it's a full year in the classroom, practicum courses or internships, you will engage in practical, real-world learning experiences that build confidence and skills.
Located in the Frank Young Education North Building, our Mentor Center provides the information and support you need to reach your career goals.
Gain the recognition you deserve by earning your master's degree in curriculum and instruction. Many ISDs reward educators with salary increases and job openings when they pursue higher learning. Our graduate program also opens opportunities to make a difference at the administrative level.
Career Possibilities and Current Median Salaries
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Focus on factors of diversity that impact decisions you make regarding implementation of curriculum, teaching strategies, and materials to provide equity and excellence for all learners.
Learn how various philosophies have influenced the elementary curriculum to meet the changing social and economic trends. Research articles and practical experience will help evaluate and construct, procedures and study units for elementary schools.
A study of the meaning and fundamental principles of leadership and supervision. Consideration is given to the development of leaders and how to solve administrative and pedagogical problems that educators encounter.
You’ll take a closer look at how children learn mathematics, and how we can foster a mindset for doing mathematics. It includes: NCTM's principles for mathematics education; ways children develop mathematical understanding, problem solving skills, and processes used to get there; analyzing student's error patterns; and resources for teaching mathematics.
Graduate Program Cost
Tuition and fees for graduate students taking nine credit hours are $3,669 for Texas residents and $7,341 for non-residents.