Graduate Program Advisor: Dr. Crystal Glover, 803/323-4937
The Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction (MEd C&I) is designed to meet the advanced educational needs of teachers in contemporary schools. The program is aligned in part with the National Board of Professional Teaching Standards, and addresses the critical issue of accountability in educational settings. Students in the M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction will have multiple clinical experiences and application is expected throughout the program. Access to a public school classroom is required.
Please Note: this program requires a minimum 6 credit hours of online classes and 15 hours of hybrid classes (partially online, partially classroom-based). The total number of online and hybrid classes is subject to change, and we cannot guarantee the number of online or hybrid classes a student will be required to take per semester. It is the student’s responsibility to investigate degree requirements, specifically the schedule of required online and hybrid classes, as these may directly impact a student’s visa status or sponsorship. Admission Requirements Program Requirements
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