The Master of Arts in Education: Curriculum and Instruction is the flexible, online graduate program for teachers who are passionate about improving student learning outcomes.
With research-based learning you can instantly apply in your own classroom — and collaborative support and mentoring to see you through to graduation in 18 months.
For teachers seeking to improve teaching and learning through technology, St. Kate's also offers a new Master of Arts in Education: Technology Integration.
- Request more information
- Take part in an online info session, 7 p.m. (Central), Thursday, May 14
- Contact your admission counselor
- Apply now to start in Summer 2015 or Fall 2015
Relevant to your teaching — improving learning outcomes
The MAED: Curriculum and Instruction is the online master's degree for teachers who have a passion for improving learning outcomes for students in their classrooms.
You will explore leading-edge, advanced learning that will make a real difference in your teaching. Each term and in your final action research project, you’ll apply what you learn to your own classroom (any grade level, any content area) and become a more effective, ethical teacher-leader.
Challenge yourself. Aim high. Make an impact on your career, your community and your classroom. Produce results for every learner.
Flexible online learning — with a personal touch
You'll study when and where you choose through online learning, and graduate in just 19-21 months. But you won't be alone — a close-knit community of fellow teachers and faculty mentors will see you through to completion of your master's. Support from your learning team, and an emphasis on collaborative learning, are one reason 97% of our students graduate on time.
- Get a taste of the MAED: Curriculum and Instruction learning community at our EduKate blog
- See our Curriculum and Instruction viewbook (PDF)
- Take part in the conversation at our Teacher Talk Facebook page:
Eligibility: State of residence
Enrollment in the MAED: Curriculum and Instruction program is open to students residing in the United States and other countries. At this time, however, individuals residing in certain parts of the United States are not eligible for admission: Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Kentucky, Oregon, Washington (state) and Wisconsin.