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Master of Science in Education in Curriculum and Instruction

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Master of Science in Education

The Master of Science in Education is available for students who hold the bachelor’s degree and seek to advance their knowledge and skills in their professional areas or areas of interest.

Areas of emphasis for advanced degrees in curriculum and instruction may include

  • Foreign language education,
  • Language arts education,
  • Mathematics education,
  • Science education,
  • Social studies education,
  • Literacy education,
  • Teaching English as a second language,
  • Curriculum studies,
  • Gifted and talented education, and
  • Economics education.

Materials describing all curriculum and instruction programs may be obtained from the department.

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