Secondary Education - Master's
The master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction with a concentration in Secondary Education, delivered in a hybrid format, offers advanced opportunities for current and emerging educators to pursue a range of professional careers, from teaching and administration to curriculum development and evaluation. This program also features a strong research component.
Students seeking admission to the Curriculum and Instruction graduate program choose from three programs: licensure, non-licensure, and post-baccalaureate. For more details on these programs, see further details below. For full admission into any of these programs, students must have:
- Undergraduate GPA: at least 2.75 on a 4.0 scale
Admission is not guaranteed. Students who do not meet the minimum requirements may be admitted on a provisional basis, subject to College of Graduate Studies guidelines. International students are required to demonstrate competency in spoken and written English by taking appropriate standardized tests. See accepted standardized tests and minimum required scores »