Curriculum and Instruction (M.S.)
Develop your teaching, research, assessment and curriculum skills, and prepare to make your mark as a teacher or administrator.
Change the world, one curriculum at a time. With a master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction from UND, you’ll be prepared to serve as an agent of change in the classroom and beyond.
- Program type:
- Master's Degree
- On-campus or online
- Est. time to complete:
- 2+ years
- Credit hours:
- 34 (thesis option) or 32 (non-thesis option)
Why Study Curriculum and Instruction at UND?
Preparing children to meet the challenges of a changing world is a supremely rewarding calling. UND's M.S. program empowers you to make an impact on the way those children are taught.
Designed for licensed K-12 educators, the Curriculum and Instruction program responds to current educational issues. Through this program you will learn to:
- Design and implement student-centered curricula
- Conduct learning assessments
- Meet the diverse needs of all students
- Conduct systematic, classroom-based research
- Use appropriate technology to support teaching and learning
- Communicate and collaborate with other educators
Online classes make it easy for you to advance your career while continuing to teach. You can also attend classes on campus.
Our M.S. offers two tracks. The Track 1 program is for students who have a degree in education with a teaching license. This track allows first-year teachers to earn a master's while getting expert mentoring support through our Resident Teacher Program. The Track 2 program is designed for students who have an earned bachelor’s degree with a major or minor in a licensable content area (English, reading and language arts, mathematics, science, foreign languages, music visual arts, history, civics and government, geography, and economics are considered core academic subjects) and are seeking initial licensure at the graduate level.