Hillrise Elementary School principal, Andrea Fletcher, standing, works with second-grade students in the classroom. (photo by Darren Phillips)
The Department of Curriculum & Instruction offers undergraduate and graduate Programs to prepare teachers and other professionals in the field of education.
Bachelor of Science in Education
- Undergraduate Teaching Majors
- Early Childhood Education
- Elementary Education
- Secondary Education
For more information about our Undergraduate Degree Program visit out C&I Undergraduate Program page, and the College of Education Advisement Center’s Teaching Majors page for the Degree plans.
Doctoral (PhD, EDD.) Programs
For more information about the Doctorate in Curriculum & Instruction, please visit the C & I Doctoral Program web page, and read the Doctoral Handbook
Master of Arts in Education (non-‐licensure)
Master of Arts in Education Plus Licensure
Masters of Arts in Teaching (online non-licensure programs)
For more information about the Master of Arts Degree, or the Master of Arts in Teaching Degree, please visit the C & I MA Programs web page and read the Masters Program Handbook