Education Specialist in Curriculum, Instruction, Management & Administration

Shape Students' and Teachers' Success at the School or District Level

Thousands of teachers change lives in the classroom while other educators are making a difference behind the scenes, evolving curricula and best-practices learning processes to raise student achievement.

If you’re the latter or looking to become it, the Educational Specialist degree in Curriculum, Instruction, Management and Administration may be your answer. This Ed.S. degree boosts your expertise at program and instructional design and evaluation, effective teaching, student assessment, and teacher development.

If you strive to advance your career and earnings through specialized knowledge but aren’t interested in research or the added demands of writing a dissertation, an Ed.S. could be just what you are looking for. You can prepare for many higher-level educator roles with this lower-cost, shorter-duration program (designed for 1 year completion).

Graduates with an Educational Specialist degree in Curriculum, Instruction, Management & Administration have built rewarding careers as K-12 instructional coordinators, curriculum specialists, curriculum directors and education professors.

Who Should Apply

  • Practicing curriculum developers, instructional leaders, administrators, and teachers who wish to obtain a specialized graduate degree and increase their expertise in their current field.
  • Master’s degree graduates who seek greater expertise in curriculum, instruction, management, and administration.

Take the next steps to success. Apply for NSU’s Ed.S. in Curriculum, Instruction, Management & Administration.

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Tuition
Tuition for the degree program is $955 per credit hour.
Curriculum
NSU’s Ed.S. in Curriculum, Instruction, Management and Administration is 30 total credits to complete.
Delivery Options
Coursework for the Educational Specialist in Curriculum, Instruction, Management and Administration is conducted entirely online, allowing you to earn your degree without work disruption or long commutes.
Application Deadlines
Applications for admission are accepted online and on a rolling basis for all graduate programs throughout the calendar year.

Earning Potential

College or University Professor $75,430 Average Salary Per Year

13% Projected Employment Growth

Instructional Coordinators $62,460 Average Salary Per Year

7% Projected Employment Growth

Instructional Designer/Curriculum Specialist $61,089 Average Salary Per Year

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics; Salary.com; Payscale.com

Program Overview

About the Ed.S. in Curriculum, Instruction, Management and Administration

The Educational Specialist (Ed.S.) in Curriculum, Instruction, Management and Administration prepares you to develop and evaluate curriculum and curricular programs, with an emphasis on district-level leadership.

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