Curriculum & Instruction, Instructional Specialist (M.Ed.) Online

You should pursue your M. Ed. In Curriculum and Instruction, Instructional Specialist concentration, if: 

  • You want opportunities to lead as well as refine, reform, or develop curricula and instruction.
  • You like exploring the ways technology can be effectively integrated in the classroom.
  • You feel called to make education more equitable and just for students from all cultural backgrounds.
  • You enjoy learning environments where you can connect with your peers, exchange ideas, and communicate unique perspectives.

In the online Instructional Specialist concentration, you will develop the tools and abilities necessary to become a decision-maker and be a leader for change.

You will be better at communicating ideas, composing program proposals, developing instructional guidelines, and implementing policies.  

Enroll January, March, June, August or October to start at the time that works best for you.

Upcoming application deadlines and term start dates for the Curriculum & Instruction, Instructional Specialist, degree program
TermApply byStart
Fall 2024 - AAug. 12Aug. 26
Fall 2024 - BOct. 7Oct. 21

 

What to expect in the Instructional Specialist concentration

What's Curriculum & Instruction, Instructional Specialist (M.Ed.) Online Like?

  • Writing
    Rated 2 out of 3
  • Research
    Rated 2 out of 3
  • Classroom Technology
    Rated 1 out of 3
  • Current Issues
    Rated 2 out of 3
$480

per-credit-hour

As an online student, you'll have access to flat-rate tuition whether you're down the bayou or across the country!

Why Curriculum & Instruction, Instructional Specialist