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Curriculum, Supervision, & Educational Leadership

College of Education and Professional Studies

Current M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction Candidates


Financial Aid

Current M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction candidates may apply for fellowships offered through the Department of Curriculum, Supervision & Education Leadership.  Three endowed fellowships are available as follows:

  • Vivian Hogue Endowment
  • Dyveke Maurer Memorial Graduate Fellowship
  • Marit Thomas Rhoads Graduate Fellowship


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Financial Aid Resources

For general information on financial aid, visit the Office of Financial Aid.

For information on graduate student funding, visit the School of Graduate Studies and Research.

Steps After Admission

Below is a brief outline of your journey through the M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction program. It is highly encouraged that you familiarize yourself with the Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction Graduate Handbook.

Familiarize Yourself with Course Schedule

Two year course schedule

Review the Curriculum and Instruction M.Ed. Handbook


Review FAQ's

Select Committee Chair

A graduate committee must include three (3) members of the University Graduate Faculty. The committee chair must be a member of the Department of Curriculum, Supervision & Education Leadership.

Develop Course of Study

M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction candidates will complete at least 48 credits as outlined in an approved course of study filed with the Office of Graduate Studies and Research and Continuing Education. The development of a course of study most appropriate to the professional goals and purposes of each student must be completed and approved by a program advisor or committee chair upon the completion of 18 credits.

Program Requirements – 48 credits:

  • EDF 507 – Studies and Problems in Intercultural Education 3 credits
  • EDF 510 – Educational Research and Development 4 credits
  • EDBL, EDCS, EDEL, or EDF 700 - Thesis (or option) 6 credits
  • Curriculum, Supervision & Education Leadership Electives 6 credits
  • Area of emphasis electives (Either choose from an identified emphasis area or create a customized area with permission of your Committee Chair) 29 credits  

View additional information about our courses in the Graduate Catalog

Select Graduate Committee and Option

Select Thesis or Written Exam

Graduate Folder Check

Final Oral Examination

Post Oral Examination Responsibilities


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