Tailor your master’s in education towards the job you want with our three MSCI degree pathways

Our curriculum and instruction program is designed to help ambitious, motivated educators lead classrooms through the 21st century. Not only will you receive tactical advice, but you will gain a holistic and ethical grounding with an expansive understanding of current issues impacting our classrooms. Convenient eight- and ten-week courses and a fully online format make our master’s in education extremely flexible. Additionally, you may choose from program options such as adding on an ESL endorsement or Michigan teaching certificate.

Credits 31
Cost Per Credit $646
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We are committed to engaging your mind and spirit for service to Christ in the church and the world.

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Program Overview

At Concordia, we want to help educators be at their best. This is why we care about your intellectual, social, and spiritual growth. Small class sizes allow for personalized support from caring faculty with years of first-hand experience as Michigan educators. Our graduate education courses are available fully online with new classes every eight to ten weeks. You can earn your master’s in curriculum and instruction in as little as two years, but our easy start-and-stop format allows you to take space between courses if you need it.

You will expand your teaching skills, learn how to improve curriculum design and assessment, and gain a critical understanding of social, ethnic, and political issues impacting the classroom. You’ll graduate a “master educator”, ready to inspire transformation and make your classroom a place of profound learning.

What to Expect

Our program is aligned with Michigan Curriculum Framework and Grade Level Content Expectations (check with your state DPI or DOE for transferability). You will leave this program invigorated in your calling as a teacher, confident in your new skills, and passionate about designing world-class educational experiences.

Applicants of this program may be eligible for Uncommon Scholarships. To see if you qualify, please visit the Uncommon Scholarships page. The scholarship application must be filled out and submitted online once per academic year after the student has applied and been accepted into Concordia. 

Concentrations / Specializations

Students in this program enroll in one of three tracks:

  1. Master of Science in Curriculum and Instruction (MSCI)
  2. English as a Second Language (ESL) Endorsement with MSCI
  3. Secondary Education Michigan Teacher Certification with MSCI

View the "Tracks" tab above for more information about our MSCI degree pathways.

Locations
  • Ann Arbor
  • Online

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