Currently ranked at #29 in the nation, the Curriculum and Instruction master’s, specialist and doctoral degrees offer professionals a chance to further their knowledge and gain additional experience. Florida State University’s Curriculum and Instruction program features a diverse set of interests; as such, you can concentrate your studies in specific areas that matter to you.
Regardless of which curriculum and instruction master’s, specialist, or doctoral program you choose, you will enjoy the benefits of a supportive intellectual community. Alongside your peers and mentors, you’ll advance your understanding of student learning and how teachers can be best prepared to support that learning. Through the process, you will enjoy a tradition of collaboration and knowledge sharing by publishing in scholarly and practitioner journals. You will also have the opportunity to present at regional, national, and international conferences.
Although our program is situated within a major research university, we offer a “small school” atmosphere. Our students benefit from attentive mentoring from faculty and the wider academic community. Both faculty members and students participate in groundbreaking and innovative research, and curriculum and instruction graduates finish the program gaining invaluable experience and personal mentorship.
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