About this course
In the M.Ed. Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment program at the University of Mary, you will develop skills to improve student achievement and provide quality education to a diverse classroom. The graduate program culminates in a capstone project where you have the option of completing a thesis or preparing a comprehensive portfolio.
The Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment master’s degree program is ideal for licensed teachers and for teaching professionals who are seeking additional credentials and endorsements. If you have a bachelor's degree in English, social studies, history, business, math, biology, or physical education and are seeking secondary teacher licensure, you may be able to earn a North Dakota teacher's license as you pursue this master's degree.
The Master of Education in Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment is offered as a blended program that combines online and on-site evening classes. You can also conveniently earn your curriculum, instruction, and assessment degree online.
Individuals holding a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution and who have an undergraduate GPA of 2.5 overall, or 2.75 during the last two years of the undergraduate degree, or 3.0 in a major field will be admitted to begin graduate study.
In addition, a student must maintain an overall GPA of 3.0 in order to continue in the graduate program in education. To complete the application process, please submit:
- Completed application (to include goal statement)
- Current teacher education licensure (unless seeking licensure)
- Two letters of reference
- Resume identifying appropriate experience