About this course
The Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction is a 36 credit hour program. The program is offered for students who meet the admission requirements and are seeking a graduate level degree in curriculum and instruction. The core curriculum consists of 21 credit hours of work in curriculum and instruction, 3 credit hours of thesis or non-thesis work, and 12 credit hours of electives.
- Fulfill Graduate School admission requirements.
- Show potential to do graduate work by meeting one or more of the following:
- Graduate from the WSU teacher education program with a minimum GPA of 2.750 in the last 60 credit hours; or
- Graduate from an NCATE accredited program with a 3.000 or better GPA in the last 60 credit hours; or
- Take the Graduate Record Exam with a minimum score of 152 in Verbal Reasoning and 143 in Quantitative Reasoning, or take the Miller Analogies Test and score a minimum of 40; or
- Provide alternative evidence that documents academic aptitude.
- Provide evidence of involvement in curriculum development or teaching.