The Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction allows students to complete courses that are relevant in today’s society. From technology to diversity in learning, you engage in discussions that affect all learning communities. Earning an advanced degree in curriculum and instruction prepares the teachers of tomorrow for the complex and ever-changing educational environments you will experience. It gives you the skillset you will need to adapt your curricula for every type of learner to achieve the maximum level of success. This program prepares educators to take an active leadership role within their school communities and guides them to a more successful future.
In addition to the core courses, you can choose a concentration of your interest which advances your career goals. Trinity Christian College’s proximity to Chicago means you can have all the conveniences of learning in a metropolitan area. If you’re ready to enroll in our master’s program, click here to get started today.
M.A. Curriculum & Instruction: Children’s Literature
This general online degree offers an in-depth look into children’s literature, without the requirements of a reading specialist program. Start Dates & Format The program is offered as a hybrid (in-person/online) format meeting synchronously and can be completed in 5 semesters including summer. Tuition & Financial Aid Tuition for 2021-2022 is $495 per credit hour. … Continue reading "M.A. Curriculum & Instruction: Children’s Literature"
This degree provides an emphasis on special education courses, while allowing for the flexibility for some non-SPED related courses. This program can be taken 100% online, with some electives taught as hybrid courses.
Sara Baillie wants all her students to come away from her courses with the experience of how to think through a situation in an ethical manner. “Many of the courses that I teach are about behavior analysis ethics and special education law. With that, I am lucky enough to push students to see a situation from a different perspective. I get to examine, explore, and ponder with students about how to deal with difficult situations.”