High Tech. Higher Performance.

You’ve already mastered the basics. It’s time you give your classroom or corporate office a digital edge.

A degree in Curriculum, Instruction & Technology fuels lesson plans and boosts teaching outcomes beyond expectations. Harness its power, and see your career take off.

Become a valuable leader who shapes learning success in schools or in the business world. Our graduates thrive as instructional coordinators, educational software developers, instructional designers and training and development managers.

These positions make an impact in lives and your livelihood. They call for higher salaries than traditional teaching and instruction roles. As technology propels us forward, your future will reap the benefits.

Who Should Apply

  • Practicing curriculum developers, instructional leaders, administrators, and teachers seeking graduate degrees and increased expertise.
  • Bachelor graduates seeking a master’s degree and greater knowledge/skills in curriculum planning and development and integration of technology in classrooms, schools, districts, and other educational settings.

Take the next steps to success. Apply for NSU’s M.S. in Curriculum, Instruction & Technology.

Quick Facts

Tuition for the degree program is $1,065 per credit hour.
NSU’s M.S. in Curriculum, Instruction & Technology program is 30 total credits to complete.
Delivery Options
Coursework for the Master of Science in Curriculum, Instruction & Technology 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

Training and Development Manager $105,830 Average Salary Per Year

7% Projected Employment Growth

Instructional Coordinator $62,460 Average Salary Per Year

7% Projected Employment Growth

Training and Development Specialist $59,020 Average Salary Per Year

7% Projected Employment Growth

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

M.S. in Education - Curriculum, Instruction, and Technology

Program Requirements (30 credits)
CIT 500
Theories of Learning (CIT 500 / Credits: 3 )
CIT 501
Curriculum and Instruction (CIT 501 / Credits: 3 )
CIT 502
Research in Education: Processes and Application (CIT 502 / Credits: 3 )
CIT 503
Assessment of Learning (CIT 503 / Credits: 3 )
CIT 504
Instructional Design for Training and Teaching (CIT 504 / Credits: 3 )
CIT 520
Introduction to Media and Instruction (CIT 520 / Credits: 3 )
CIT 522
Internet for Educators (CIT 522 / Credits: 3 )
CIT 524
Introduction to Web Authoring (CIT 524 / Credits: 3 )
CIT 622
Technology and Curriculum (CIT 622 / Credits: 3 )
CIT 630
Web 2.0 Tools: Applications for Teaching and Learning (CIT 630 / Credits: 3 )

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