The Department of Teacher Education and Administration at the University of North Texas offers a Master’s in Curriculum and Instruction that can help educators grow as campus and district leaders working toward more educational and equitable schools.
Our Master’s of Education degree in Curriculum and Instruction will enhance your knowledge and expertise by combining theoretical perspectives and research-based practices. This degree can help educators grow as leaders who can advance more equitable and educational classrooms and school systems.
Our curriculum allows you to select a specialization from a wide range of areas related to curriculum and instruction, including:
Additionally, it's possible to customize an area of specialization to your professional needs.
UNT provides a wide variety of services exclusively for graduate students. The Graduate Student Writing Support office can help you with writing, and the Center for Interdisciplinary Research offers assistance with statistical analyses.
The Toulouse Graduate School® offers several professional development workshops, including a Thesis Boot Camp. Many of the workshops are available online for your convenience.
You should follow the application procedures detailed on the graduate school website and the departmental master's in Curriculum and Instruction program site.
Admission requires applicants to apply first to the Toulouse Graduate School (TGS) and then to the master's program in Curriculum and Instruction. Applications which meet initial university admission standards are forwarded to the Curriculum and Instruction program for consideration by faculty. Decisions regarding admission are based on a holistic review of the information from all sources. Accepted students will receive letters of notification of acceptance into the program. They may then confer with their advisor to submit a degree plan, enroll in classes, order course books, and log in to UNT’s learning management system Canvas for class details.
We welcome applicants whose conversational, reading, and writing skills in English are still emerging, but you should use the following information to ensure you can succeed:
Additional information or questions can be directed to program facilitator, Dr. Daniel G. Krutka, Ph.D. at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The program aims to prepare its graduates to:
Ranita Cheruvu, Senior Lecturer; Ed.D., Columbia University. Teacher Leadership specialization.
Colleen Eddy, Associate Professor; Ed.D., Baylor University. Mathematics Education specialization.
Daniel Heiman, Assistant Professor; Ph.D., University of Texas. Bilingual Education and English as a Second Language (ESL) Education specializations.
James Hoffman, Professor; Ph.D., University of Missouri at Kansas City. Literacy Education specialization.
Tran Templeton, Assistant Professor, Ed.D., Teachers College, Columbia University. Early Childhood Education specialization.
Amanda Vickery, Assistant Professor; Ph.D., University of Texas. Social Justice specialization.
Ranita Cheruvu, Senior Lecturer; Ed.D., Columbia University. Culturally relevant/sustaining pedagogies and racial literacy in early childhood education and teacher education.
Colleen Eddy, Associate Professor; Ed.D., Baylor University. Pre-and in-service mathematics education.
Dan Heiman, Assistant Professor; Ph.D., University of Texas. Two-Way Bilingual Education and critical bilingual pedagogies.
James Hoffman, Professor; Ph.D., University of Missouri at Kansas City. Literacy, teaching and teacher preparation.
Dan G. Krutka, Assistant Professor, Ph.D., University of Oklahoma. Citizenship education and the role participatory media might play in cultivating more democratic educational experiences.
Tran Templeton, Assistant Professor, Ed.D., Teachers College, Columbia University. The intersection of early childhood education, critical childhood studies and visual sociology.
Amanda Vickery, Assistant Professor; Ph.D., University of Texas. Elementary social studies methods.