About the Online Master’s in Curriculum and Instruction
The online Master’s in Curriculum and Instruction is an advanced degree with great professional versatility. Students learn to lead the development of their students more effectively, closely examining the many challenges facing the modern-day educational professional.
Western New England’s Master’s in Curriculum and Instruction is:
Accelerated – Earn your M.Ed in as little as 15 months
Personal – Enjoy individual attention from faculty and small class sizes (15-20 students per class)
Flexible – Study when it suits your schedule
Rigorous – Interact with expert faculty with years of hands-on teaching experience
Practical – Benefit from a curriculum grounded in research and theory, with access to advanced research databases and the most relevant findings
Every course is built specifically to be delivered online, each employing the best practices in online learning to ensure that students develop a strong grasp of the material presented. Through small class sizes and dedicated faculty, we strive to help students feel a sense of connection not just to the coursework, but to their fellow online learners and their instructors. Our online portal is designed to suit our focus on community, supporting ongoing, active discussions and varied learning formats.
Whether you’re seeking to pursue educational leadership or simply develop your existing classroom skills, the online Master’s in Curriculum and Instruction program can help you reach your professional and personal goals.
To learn more about Western New England’s Master’s in Curriculum and Instruction online program and download a free brochure, fill out the fields below. You can also call (877) 704-5366 to speak to one of our Enrollment Representatives about the degree program.
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