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The School of Education offers three graduate degree programs in Curriculum and Instruction: the Master of Science in Education (M.S.Ed.) in Curriculum and Instruction, the Master in Teaching in Curriculum and Instruction Secondary Education (M.A.T.) and the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Education - Curriculum and Instruction. Those pursuing the M.S.Ed. must select either one of the program areas in Curriculum and Instruction or the concentration in Learning Systems Design and Technology. Those pursuing the Ph.D. must select from one of the following program areas: curriculum, instruction, and assessment; human development and family studies; language, literacies, and culture; STEM education; or teacher leadership.

The Master of Science in Education degree in Curriculum and Instruction requires the completion of a minimum of 32 or 36 credit hours of course work, depending on the research requirement selected. At least 15 of the required credit hours must be at the 500 level and taken at SIU. The student must also meet Curriculum and Instruction core course requirements, research requirements, and program area requirements. No more than six hours of credit earned at another institution may be accepted toward this degree. It is recommended that transfer courses be from institutions accredited by national organizations (i.e., CAEP, NCATE, or TEAC). All transfer credit hours must be approved by the coordinator of graduate studies.

Each candidate’s program is planned in consultation with a faculty adviser from the specialty area selected by the student, with consideration for the student’s interests, experience, and specialty area. Nondeclared graduate students are advised to consult with the department chair concerning admission to the M.S.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction program.

Program Requirements

The M.S.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction requires a nine-credit hour professional core, curriculum and instruction cohort courses (12 to 15 credit hours) and five elective courses in a focus area. The professional core consists of CI 500, Research Methods in Education; CI 503, Introduction to the Curriculum; and CI 504, Systematic Approaches to Instruction. All professional core courses must be completed with a grade of C or better, and an overall grade point average of 3.0 must be obtained for the professional core. The focus area program consists of either 13 credit hours of coursework including a thesis or 15 credit hours of coursework. The minimum number of required credit hours is 32 for students completing a thesis or 36 for students completing the coursework only option.

The M.S.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction with a concentration in Learning Systems Design and Technology (LSDT) prepares professionals who use research-based practice to create effective learning and performance support systems utilizing communications technology in educational institutions at all levels as well as non-school, government and business settings. Competencies developed include those employed in online, distance or e-learning, learning within virtual or simulated environments such as games and simulation, content management systems, and traditional classroom environments. A core of seven courses (21 credit hours) is required; students consult with their advisors to select additional, elective courses. At least 15 credit hours must be at the 500-level and taken at SIU. All professional core courses must be completed with a grade of C or better, and an overall grade point average of 3.0 must be obtained for the professional core. Opportunities for practicum, internship, and either a research paper or thesis are available. The minimum number of required credit hours is 32 for students completing a thesis or 36 for students completing the coursework only option.

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School of Education

Opciones de estudio

a tiempo completo (32 horas)

Costos de estudio
US$30.000,00 por año
This fee is for 2021 and it may, subject to change in the coming year
Aplicaciones hasta

15 October 2022

Fecha de inicio

22 Agosto 2022, 17 Enero 2023

Lugar

School of Education

Southern Illinois University,

MC 4624,

CARBONDALE,

Illinois,

62901, United States

Requerimiento de entrada

Para estudiantes de Estados Unidos

Applicants must have completed 2.7 (on a grading scale with 4.0=A; approximately a "B-" average) on the last two years of bachelor’s coursework; 3.0 on all previous graduate work (approximately a "B" average).

Para estudiantes internacionales

To be eligible to be considered for admission to a graduate degree program, you must meet the following minimum Graduate School requirements: 2.7 (on a grading scale with 4.0=A; approximately a "B-" average) on the last two years of Bachelor's coursework; 3.0 on all previous graduate work (approximately a "B" average).

The English language requirement may be met by submitting: 550 on the paper-based TOEFL; 80 on the internet-based TOEFL; 6.5 on the IELTS; 5.0 on the iTep Academic Plus Exam; C1 required on the Cambridge English Exam.

Deadlines: Fall - July 1; Spring - October 15; Summer - April 1.

Puede haber diferentes requisitos de IELTS en función del curso elegido.

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