School of Education
Since opening in 1923, the School of Education has offered quality training for teachers of all levels and skills. Whether you are a recent high-school graduate or an adult who is looking for a career change, the Benerd School of Education has a program for you. Benerd offers a traditional college environment as well as classes designed for those who are working full-time and are exploring their life options.
At the undergraduate level, programs prepare classroom teachers and special educators. At the graduate level, programs prepare instructional specialists, school psychologists, supervisors, principals, superintendents, central office personnel and leaders in higher education, non-profit and other organizations. Whether you wish to get a teaching credential, get a master's specialized in a specific area or want to become a school psychologist or top-level administrator, we have choices for you.
Curriculum & Instruction
The Master of Arts (M.A.) degree from the Department of Curriculum and Instruction is suited for prospective students who may already have a teaching credential or equivalent professional preparation. The M.A. degree helps students develop expertise in planning, organizing, managing, evaluating, and improving school programs through curriculum development, staff development, and research. The program helps students develop and extend their knowledge gained from advanced study in curriculum and instruction.
- Curriculum and Instruction
- Teaching (Credential Option)
The M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction is suited for undergraduates who continue at our university after the bachelor's degree in order to complete a preliminary credential, and for new graduate students who are beginning a teaching credential program. The program includes completion of a Preliminary Multiple Subject, Single Subject, or Level One Education Specialist Credential.
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Last updated October 23, 2017