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M.A. in Education: Curriculum and Instruction

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Become an Education Expert

Create meaningful learning opportunities for your students using proven educational research, methods, and techniques.

Create meaningful learning opportunities for your students using proven educational research, methods, and techniques.

Fast Facts

2

years or less to complete

30

credit hours

$476

per credit

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Gain Skills for Continued Success Inside or Outside the Classroom

The online M.A. in Education – Curriculum and Instruction from Greenville University is designed for working educators who want to earn an advanced degree while maintaining current teaching commitments. This flexible program can be completed in two years or less.

Greenville University is an Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) approved continuing education provider, so you can be confident you’re earning a valuable credential for continued success in the classroom and beyond. When you finish your online master’s in curriculum and instruction, you will be qualified for career advancement and increased earning potential as a leader in your school, district, or organization.

Career Outlook: Prepare for Career Advancement as an Educator or Administrator

As student enrollment continues to increase at the elementary, secondary, and university level, schools need educators and administrators who can improve learning outcomes using the latest theories and approaches. Take the next step in your education career with the online master’s in curriculum and instruction from Greenville.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects 512,900 new education and training jobs will be added through 2028, with 5% career growth expected during the same time period. Now is a great time to earn an advanced credential for continued success as an educator, administrator, or instructional coordinator.

Instructional Coordinator

$66,290/year

Instructional coordinators are responsible for developing school curricula and teaching standards. By analyzing student data and working closely with educators, they provide guidance on course content, conduct teacher training, and more.

High School Teacher

$61,660/year

High school teachers prepare students for college or the workplace. They create lesson plans, grade assignments and exams, communicate with parents, and help students study for standardized tests. High school teachers often specialize in areas like English, history, or math.

Career and salary information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Additional career options include:

  • Corporate Trainer
  • Curriculum Developer
  • Educational Administrator
  • Elementary School Teacher
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Curriculum: Expand Your Knowledge of Teaching and Learning

Greenville’s online master’s in curriculum and instruction combines theoretical learning and practical application of curricular design and instructional methods. You will gain skills to improve learning outcomes for students through an advanced study of literacy, assessment, and more.

Through our 8- and 16-week courses, you will learn to integrate Christian values into your teaching methods. You will also complete a hands-on capstone project, designing and executing an improvement initiative in your school, district, or organization.

Course Spotlight: EDUC 561 Assessment for Learning

Total Credit Hours: 3

Investigate uses of strategic learning activities and approaches that embed assessment throughout a curriculum. Develop skills for instructional design that includes outcome assessment as an integral component of learning.

Course Spotlight: EDUC 553 Literacy for Today’s Society

Total Credit Hours: 3

Review theories and current practices of literacy development and explore research-based practices in development of literacy (reading, math, and technology) at fundamental levels for all students. Explore literacy development across content areas, strategies for remaining current in literacy development, and literacy assessment.

Explore More Concentration Options

M.A. in Education: Coaching

Complete advanced coursework in athletic administration, character development in athletes, practice and competition planning, and more as you learn to develop winning organizations through proven approaches.

M.A. in Education: Special Education

Finish your degree in 18 months and gain skills to help students with varied abilities achieve their full learning potential.

M.A. in Education: TESL

Learn relevant teaching approaches for culturally and linguistically diverse populations.

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Greenville’s online M.A. in Education – Curriculum and Instruction program prepares you for career advancement as a teacher, school administrator, or instructional coordinator. Using the latest educational research and methods, you will earn a specialized degree that fits your career goals.

Greenville’s graduate programs cost $476 per credit hour.

No. This program is delivered in a 100% online format, so you can study from anywhere.

The online programs from Greenville University feature the same high-quality teaching and academic rigor as our on-campus offerings. You can be confident you’re earning a valuable degree for continued success.

Students can complete this program in 2 years or less, depending on transfer credits and which concentration option you choose.

The M.A. in Education program requires 30–33 credit hours for degree completion, depending on your chosen concentration.

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