This concentration will sharpen teachers’ practitioner skills, advance their knowledge in the field of curriculum and instruction and prepare them to work in the publishing industry. The Master of Arts of Teaching degree with a concentration in Curriculum and Instruction prepares teachers to developing scope and sequences for learning programs across grade levels, writing and editing curriculum, and grant writing.
The Master of Arts in Teaching with a concentration in Curriculum and Instruction is a 30-credit program that can be completed in 18 months. View program sheet (PDF).
The program has three main elements:
SEED 501: Philosophy & Values in School & Society (3)
SEED 524: Research in Culture & Intercultural Instruction (3)
SEED 553: Writing Literature Reviews (2)
SEED 570: Introduction to Spiritual Formation for the Educator (3)
TTBE 732: Life of Christ or Approved Elective or Other approved TTBE course (3)
Curriculum and Instruction Coursework
(students will choose 15 credits from the courses listed below)
SEED 571: Grant Writing, Book Proposal, and Textbook (3)
SEED 572: Learning, Motivation, and Student Engagement (3)
SEED 573: Curriculum Practicum (3)
SEED 574: Current Issues in Education and Education Policy (3)
SEED 576: Preparing Textbooks for Publication (3)
SEED 577: School Leadership and Professional Learning Communities (3)
To see this program’s admissions requirements, click here.