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Public school districts, private institutions and corporate learning providers are increasingly turning to curriculum specialists to ensure that their programs satisfy institutional, governmental and industry requirements.
Educators who work in K-12, higher education and adult learning environments could become qualified to help meet the demand by earning an online graduate degree in Curriculum and Instruction.
You could develop a solid foundation in learning theory, instructional design and the application of educational research methods. Typical coursework explores the theory and practice of developing effective curricula and instructional methods that will engage and motivate students and enhance their learning experience. You’ll also learn strategies and techniques for assessing performance and providing feedback to students of various learning styles and abilities.
Graduates with these advanced degrees in Curriculum and Instruction could become qualified for a variety of challenging and rewarding positions, including Curriculum Developer, Learning Consultant, Training and Development Advisor, Education Consultant, and Course Designer.
Consider the possibilities for your career. Explore the Curriculum and Instruction degree programs below and request more information today.
With a program designed by educators for educators, the M.S. in Education (M.S.Ed.) focuses on the knowledge and skills you need to help students succeed today.
Learn to create effective technology-based courses and instructional programs for a variety of environments, including higher education; community college education; corporate and nonprofit workforce
The program from NorthCentral University provides knowledge in educational leadership research, theory and practices applicable to higher education.
Leaders are needed to assist school districts and state educational boards with improvement of instructional capacities in our schools.
Northcentral University's Master of Education (M.Ed) program is suited to learners who want to combine a strong understanding of current theory and practice in education and/or organizational leadersh