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Curriculum, Instruction, and Technology

An M.S. in Education with a specialization in Curriculum, Instruction, and Technology will give you the edge you need to seek site leadership roles in curriculum planning and development. With an emphasis on the use of technology to effect change, you will gain knowledge in using educational research, learning theories, and instructional technology to enhance student achievement.

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Conducted conveniently online, course content is research based and infuses best practices in education.

Who Should Apply

Practicing curriculum developers, instructional leaders, administrators, teachers, and those with bachelor's degrees who wish to obtain a graduate degree and increase their knowledge and skills in curriculum planning and development and integration of technology in classrooms, schools, districts, and other educational settings.

Pursue an M.S. in Education with an emphasis in CIT and become a leader in the education field.

  • Completed admission application packet, including a $50 nonrefundable application fee made payable to Nova Southeastern University;
  • Official transcript indicating conferral of a bachelor’s degree by a regionally accredited institution (2.5 minimum cumulative grade-point average required);
  • Official transcripts from all previously attended postsecondary institutions.

Course Number Course Title and Description Credits
EDU 5000 Orientation to the M.S. and Ed.S. Program 0
CIT 0500 Theories of Learning  3
CIT 0501 Curriculum and Instruction  3
CIT 0502

Research in Education: Processes and Application 

3
CIT 0503

Assessment of Learning 

3

CIT 0504

Instructional Design for Training and Teaching  3
CIT 0520

Introduction to Media and Instruction 

3
CIT 0522

Internet for Educators 

3
CIT 0524

Introduction to Web Authoring 

3
CIT 0622

Technology and Curriculum 

3
CIT 0630 Web 2.0 Tools: Applications for Teaching and Learning  3

TOTAL CREDITS: 30

Students are advised to contact their state department of education or an Enrollment Services Representative (Academic Advisor) to determine if this program is suitable for certification/licensure and their career goals.

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