The Master of Education: Curriculum and Instruction Concentration (K-12) is designed to provide students with in-depth study of curriculum and instruction, contemporary issues, a critical perspective for evaluating these and future developments, and to empower students as advocates for best practice in education.
Students will design a Study Plan to meet their needs with the graduate advisor.
Minimum credits required for program: 36
Required core courses (16 - 18 credits)
Elective coursework approved by advisor (18 - 20 credits)
Other specializations (licenses, endorsements) occasionally are available in cooperation with the Vermont Higher Education Collaborative (VTHEC). Students taking courses through VTHEC who find they would like to work towards a M.Ed. at NVU Lyndon are encouraged to apply to the NVU Lyndon M.Ed. program early to enable a faculty advisor to help design a personalized Plan of Study.