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M.Ed. Curriculum & Instruction

30 credit hours*

We offer the lowest-priced online M.Ed. in Nebraska and the Concordia University System.

Nebraska Residents & Lutheran Educators $340 PER credit hour

$425/credit hour rate outside of Nebraska

Through our Lutheran Guarantee, Lutheran Educators from around the world qualify for our special rate.

Class Type
100% online, 8-week courses

Accreditation
NCATE through CAEP

Time to Degree
Less than 24 months

Enhance Your Teaching and Advance Student Outcomes With an M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction

Our classrooms, our students and we, as teachers, are always evolving. Whether it’s using the latest instructional technologies or tailoring a lesson plan to fit various learning styles, teachers are continuously refining their approach to education.  

An M.Ed. in curriculum and instruction is one way to enhance your teaching style, course content and assessment—in a collaborative environment in which you’ll receive valuable feedback from peers and faculty. Whether you’re new to teaching or have a decade of experience under your belt, Concordia University Nebraska’s Master’s in curriculum and instruction program, rooted in a Christian, Lutheran tradition of rigorous academics, grace-filled peer mentorship and vocational preparation will help you advance your skillset—and your career. 

We believe the only classroom you should step into is your own.

Through our entirely online program, you can work at your own pace from the comfort of your home. We strive to be flexible and honor your many callings and commitments in life during your study while also striving to stretch, challenge, inspire and equip you to thrive as an educational leader now, and in the future. 

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Curriculum and Instruction Master’s Program Highlights 

At Concordia Nebraska, you’ll experience a distinctive, faith-based online M.Ed. in curriculum and instruction program. Our program blends theory and pedagogy with research and application, teaching you the skills you need to cultivate life-long learners. And, you’ll be able to specialize in one of four content areas to ensure your M.Ed. in curriculum and instruction aligns with your career goals.  

What to Expect in the Master’s in Curriculum and Instruction Program  

A curriculum and instruction master’s degree with value(s). Learn to lead and serve according to your personal ethics and morals. Join a Lutheran community that values the development of the whole person, academically, mentally and spiritually.  

100-hour practicum. Apply the instructional design and assessment skills you learned in your own classroom at the end of your master’s in curriculum and instruction program. 

An M.Ed. in curriculum and instruction that fits your schedule. Complete your online master’s degree in curriculum and instruction while you work. Our courses begin every eight weeks, so you can enroll at the start of any 8-week session.  

Small class sizes. Our master’s in curriculum and instruction courses are capped at 18 even though they’re online. This course cap ensures you can collaborate more closely with classmates and form meaningful relationships with faculty.  

Teaching endorsements for M.Ed.s. If you already hold a Master of Education degree, you can complete various teaching endorsements to further develop your expertise.

Four unique specializations. Add an emphasis to your master’s in curriculum and instruction degree to meet your individual goals and advance your teaching career.  

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Curriculum and Instruction Faculty

Our curriculum and instruction program faculty value each student and strive to live out their morals in the classroom.

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Online M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction Courses

The curriculum and instruction master’s program features a blend of theory and practice. In your online course work, you can expect to examine your teaching philosophy and approach to curriculum planning through a lens of faith-based education practices. You’ll learn various theory-based models of instruction and how to identify differences in your students’ abilities. You’ll also explore assessment strategies and learn how to use data to improve instruction. 

Some of the core courses for the online master’s degree in curriculum and instruction include: 

  • Empowering Teachers as Leaders 
  • Differentiation of Instruction to Improve Student Achievement 
  • Curriculum Design and Evaluation 
  • Curriculum and Instruction Capstone (practicum)

Emphasis Areas for the Master’s in Curriculum and Instruction Program 

In our online M.Ed. in curriculum and instruction, you can choose an emphasis area or teaching endorsement that fits your unique interests or needs in the classroom—without adding time onto your degree. Choose one of the following concentration areas for your curriculum and instruction master’s degree:   

Trauma and Resilience (New)  

Concordia Nebraska offers an innovative trauma and resilience emphasis area for our master’s in curriculum and instruction degree. This up-and-coming content area covers the critical importance of building resilience in the classroom, teaching you how to respond to student trauma and help students adopt a growth mindset.  

Curriculum & Instruction, ●	English as a Second Language/English Language Learner Endorsement

English as a Second Language  

Specialize in curriculum, instruction and assessment that meet the needs of English language learners of various ages and backgrounds. 

Instructional Technology Leadership Endorsement

Instructional Technology Leadership  

Discover how to use technology to improve learning experiences for students and learn how to lead the way in adapting new technologies at your school.  

Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM)

Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM)  

Develop a balanced curriculum that helps students thrive as you integrate technology, engineering and the arts into math and science learning. 

Curriculum and Instruction Master’s Program Goals  

After completing your online M.Ed. in curriculum and instruction, you’ll be able to: 

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Improve the delivery of instruction 

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Develop and improve curriculum content

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Collaborate more effectively with colleagues from a variety of backgrounds, experiences and views

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Apply the latest theories and research to your teaching

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Exercise stronger leadership skills and practices

Financial Aid for the Master’s in Curriculum and Instruction Program 

At Concordia Nebraska, we’re committed to helping you earn your online master’s degree in curriculum and instruction affordably. You’ll benefit from the lowest-priced online M.Ed. in the state and Concordia University system. We also offer a special rate for Lutheran Educators who want to earn an M.Ed. with value(s). View financial aid for our curriculum and instruction master’s degree program. 

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*30 credit hour program length begins for cohorts starting March 7, 2022 and after. For cohorts starting Jan 10, 2022 or before, the program length is 36 credit hours.