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Curriculum and Instruction

205 Gooch Hall

Martin, TN 38238

Ph:

(731) 881-7128

Fx:

(731) 881-7204

Em:

Laurie Green,





Coordinator, Education Graduate




Student Services


Curriculum and Instruction

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Advance your teaching career with a Master’s of Education in Curriculum & Instruction. This program is available online for those students who have obtained a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and who are professionally licensed to teach. You can expect to learn topics such as, Teaching with Technology, Multicultural Issues, Literacy Development, and more to develop and sharpen your skills in the classroom. Upon the completion of this degree, you will be equipped to bring engagement into the classroom and be able to elevate your student’s learning.

Program Highlights:

  • 100% Online
  • NO GRE Required
  • Complete the program in as little as 12 months.
  • 7 week courses
  • 30 credit hours
  • $572 a credit hour (Spring 2018 tuition rates)
  • Transfer Credits accepted

Credits

30 hours

Enrollment

Full or part time

Format

Online

Duration

3-6 Semesters

Tuition

$572 credit hour

Semester of Entry

Fall or Spring

 

Potential Occupations

  • Supervisor of Instruction
  • Curriculum Coach
  • Instructional Coordinator
  • Curriculum and Instruction Specialist
  • Education Specialist
  • and more!

Program of Study

Term I

LIBS 755 Children and Adolescent Literature - 3 Credit Hours

SPED 680 Strategies for Differentiation in the Inclusive Classroom - 3 Credit Hours

Term II

EDFN 720 Multicultural Issues in Education and Counseling - 3 Credit Hours

EDST 750 Teaching with Technology - 3 Credit Hours

Term III

EDST 710 Models of Instruction, Curriculum Development & Adv. Strategies - 3 Credit Hours

READ 700 Foundations of Literacy Development - 3 Credit Hours

Term IV

EDLD 715 Personnel Management and Professional Development - 3 Credit Hours

EDEV 761 Educational Tests and Measurement - 3 Credit Hours

Term V

TCED 716 Growth & Development in School Age Students - 3 Credit Hours

TCED 791 Master's Culminating Experience - 3 Credit Hours

 

Total Minimum hours required for M.S. Degree - 30

Admission Requirements

1. GPA requirement

  • Cum GPA—a 2.50 cumulative GPA on all work attempted prior to completion of the baccalaureate degree, or
  • SrYr GPA—a 3.00 GPA on the last 30 semester hours attempted in the baccalaureate degree (all work will be computed for the number of semesters necessary to total the last 30 semester hours), or
  • a 3.00 GPA on the SrYr plus any post-baccalaureate upper-division and/or graduate courses. (Any courses included in the SrYr calculation may be repeated to raise the GPA to 3.00).

2. Current Teaching license

Note* A student may be admitted to the Curriculum and Instruction program for one semester with the proof that the recommendation for teaching licensure has been sent to the appropriate state department of education. At the end of the add period for that semester, a Graduate Hold on that student that will prevent registration for additional semesters until verification of the actual teaching license is received.

3. $30 Application Fee *

* Only required for first-time applicants.

 

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Our office is available to provide more information on the program, admission requirements, student life, and anything else you’re wondering about.

 

We look forward to hearing from you!

Dr. Terry Silver

Dr. Terry Silver

Curriculum & Instruction Faculty Coordinator

curriculum@utm.edu

(731) 881-7165

 

Laurie Green

Laurie Green

Coordinator, Education Graduate Student Services Coordinator

lgreen14@utm.edu

(731) 881-7128

 

 

 

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205 Gooch Hall

Martin, TN 38238

Ph:

(731) 881-7128

Fx:

(731) 881-7204

Em:

Laurie Green,





Coordinator, Education Graduate




Student Services