Academic Programs

11/17/05: Hillrise Elementary School principal, Andrea Fletcher, standing, works with second-grade students in the classroom. (photo by Darren Phillips)

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.

Undergraduate Programs

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.

Graduate Programs

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