Our Academic Programs
Curriculum and Instruction
ABOUT THE CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION PROGRAM
The department houses faculty with a variety of research specialties ranging from the study of digital media to U.S. and global curriculum issues.
The department offers a master's degree for students' emerging interests in one of these faculty research areas or a master's with secondary teacher certification. It also offers a Ph.D. for persons pursuing careers as professors or for positions in government or industry.
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Graduate student handbook »
Faculty listings, program overview, minimum degree requirements and satisfactory progress information.
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There are a limited number of assistantships in the department for students in M.S. and Ph.D. programs. For the M.S. with "Named Options" program, students are not permitted to accept teaching, project, or research assistantships or other appointments that would result in a tuition waiver. Students in the "Named Options" M.S. also cannot enroll in other graduate programs or take courses outside the prescribed curriculum.
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