Master of Arts in Teaching and Curriculum
This master of arts degree is designed for educators who want to grow professionally—interacting with engaging and challenging content. The curriculum and teaching program provides a broad understanding of new trends in curriculum development and offers candidates a strong foundation in curriculum.
What can I do with this degree?
- Graduates with this degree become curriculum leaders at their schools or in their districts. They develop the skills and expertise to facilitate curricular change to meet the needs of today’s students. The are prepared to serve as a resource specialist, curriculum consultant or designer, either commercially or on district curriculum development teams.
What are the admission requirements?
- Application form and fee
- Orientation interview
- Statement of intent
- Three references
- Official transcript of BA/BS degree
- Letter of explanation if your GPA is under 2.75
- (Download required forms)
What are my program options?
- General strand - traditional program
- Online/blended strand - part online / part in class
- Online strand - fully online
What courses will I be taking?
When can I start?
- Courses in the traditional program are in the semester format, beginning in the fall(August), spring(January) and summer(May).
- The online and online/blended program begins in the summer only.
How much does it cost?
- Tuition is competitively priced and financial aid is available. View details on tuition and fees.
How do I apply?
- The application process is straightforward and the Graduate Admissions Office is available to answer any questions.
For additional program information, contact Amanda Krum Stovall via email or phone at 559-453-2282.