M.Ed in Curriculum & Instruction

Master of Arts in Curriculum & Instruction

(PreK-12)

Help design the future of education by becoming a leader in curriculum and instruction. Develop skills that will help you improve student outcomes and impact your community.

A Degree Built by Teachers For Teachers.
CSU-Pueblo is-and always has been- accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, an accrediting body recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.

This education degree enables you to develop innovative instructional materials to improve teaching and learning.

Great student outcomes begin with a great curriculum—one that provides focus, depth, and clarity for eager students. You can be an integral part in impacting the future for students and teachers alike with a master's degree in curriculum and instruction. If you already have a bachelor's degree in education and are interested in enhancing your career by building strong learning opportunities for students, a master's degree in curriculum and instruction could be an ideal fit. Stand out from the competition and lead impactful innovation in your organization with this valuable curriculum and instruction degree.

In addition to practicing teachers in the field, this program is appropriate for any professional interested in planning, developing, implementing, and evaluating instructional programs in school and non-school settings.

The Master of Education degree in Curriculum & Instruction is a 13 course/38-credit-hour program that includes a 4 course (11-credit-hour) core component from Colorado State University-Pueblo (theory/research) and a (9 course/ 27-credit-hour) pedagogy and elective core with Midwest Teachers Institute.

When we say affordable, we mean it.

$3550 +

MTI courses

$4995 +

CSU-P courses

$35

One-time application fee

- $800

fee CSU-P scholarship
And MTI discounts
Apply by July 1, 2021

= $7,780

Earn your degree for about half what you’d pay at another university.

The lowest tuition and the ability to complete your masters in 15 months or less make our master’s degrees more affordable than ANY other schools. When you compare us with other programs, each of our degree programs offer a rigorous curriculum with competitive post-graduation results for around half what you'd pay at another university—or even less.

Curriculum that ensures you’ve mastered the things students need you to know.

Program consists of:

13 courses 38 credits

We design our curriculum to be timely, relevant, and practical—all to ensure your degree is proof you really know your stuff.

Every course focuses on a set of clearly defined competencies that you must prove you’ve learned—through a set group of assessments (text questions, applications, journaling, research and essay evaluation).

That means that what you learn will be directly applicable in your classroom—and in fueling your students’ success. It’s all about real-world applicability so every moment spent studying is time well spent.

A different way to learn: Degree programs designed to fit your life—and all the demands on your time, resources and budget.

We understand that you have professional responsibilities, family obligations, and personal commitments. That’s why we offer a personalized, flexible and cost-effective approach to your higher education. Our degrees are developed “By Teachers for Teachers” and are personalized, career-focused and built to fit your life. Complete your coursework using self-paced distance courses along with online, anytime and anywhere your schedule allows, and move through your studies and assessments as quickly as you are able.

Each of our four master’s degrees has a total of 13 courses and 38 credits and they are broken down into three categories below.

Pedagogy- 3 courses (9 credits): Focus on literacy, differentiation of instruction and technology.

Self- paced distance courses from Midwest Teachers Institute.
Same three required for each degree.

MTI 535 -Differentiation in the Classroom

MTI 542 -21st Century Digital Fluencies for Literacy

MTI 575 -Unlocking Students Potential with Technology

Emphasis- 6 courses (18 credits): Selected by the graduate student in their specific degree concentration.
Self- paced distance courses from Midwest Teachers Institute.

Click the links below to see your emphasis courses specific to your degree track.

Special Education

https://www.midwestteachersinstitute.org/product-category/masters-in-special-education/

Curriculum & Instruction

https://www.midwestteachersinstitute.org/product-category/masters-in-curriculum-instruction/

ESL/ELL (Linguistically Diverse Education)

https://www.midwestteachersinstitute.org/product-category/masters-in-esl-ell/

PE & Health

https://www.midwestteachersinstitute.org/product-category/masters-in-p-e-health/

CSU-Pueblo-Core Online Courses (11 credits): Focus on research and professional change.
Online courses that are asynchronous and eight weeks long.
They are offered in the Fall, Spring and Summer semesters.

ED 502 Teacher as Change Agent (3 credits)
ED 503 Teacher as researcher (3 credits)-prerequisite 502
ED 504 Leading change in America’s schools (3 credits) prerequisite 503
ED 593 Capstone/seminar (2 credits)-must be last course taken in entire program.

Your degree is attainable and affordable. Do not delay, apply for admission TODAY.

Apply Anytime

This program has a rolling admission schedule.

You can apply at any time and get started on your electives immediately.

Get your Enrollment Checklist

Download your step-by-step guide to enrollment.
Get your questions answered and take the next step: Call or email our Enrollment Advisor, Juliette Mogenson.

719.251.4617

juliette.mogenson
@csupueblo.edu

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