Master of Arts in Curriculum & Instruction
The Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction is directed toward the preparation of master classroom teachers.
This program will enable the teacher to:
increase mastery in the skills of teaching
achieve a deeper penetration in subjects
enhance understanding of the learner and the process of education
become a resource person for curriculum development
At UC, the program runs on a cohort model in Grayslake classrooms or via a hybrid model that combines classroom and online learning, depending on student demand. Concordia also offers this program in a fully-online format.
Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution.
Graduate admission application including an objective statement.
Official transcripts from bachelor's degree (and for any master's degree earned as well).
Evidence of ability to achieve success via either regular graduate status, a grade-point average (GPA) of 2.85/4.0 or better in all previous college work, or probationary status, a GPA of 2.25 to 2.84
Two letters of recommendation (preferably one from a college or university instructor) addressing academic proficiency, personal character, and competence and effectiveness in professional work.
Up to 50% of a degree may be accepted for transfer credit from an accredited graduate school.