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Online M.Ed. Course Overview

Miami University's transformative M.Ed. in Curriculum & Instruction equips early-career teachers and community-oriented educators with the

Learning Outcomes

  1. Students successfully completing this graduate degree will be able to apply the 4 program pillars to inform their research project.
  2. Students successfully completing this graduate degree will be able to leverage educational theories to create anti-racist, community-oriented spaces
  3. Students successfully completing this graduate degree will conceptualize, construct, and defend an inquiry project that conveys their agency as an educational leader in classroom or community spaces

Program Sequence

The online M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction offers two pathways to completion, one for early-career teachers and one for educators in community-based organizations. Both tracks complete the same core courses; neither track includes licensure.

Two courses per term.

Program Sequence for M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction
Course Title Course Number Credit Hours
Foundations of Multicultural Education (Core) EDL622 3
Introduction to Research Inquiry (Core) EDT615 3
Theories of Leadership (Core) EDL611 3
Curriculum Theorizing for Innovation and Transformation (Core) EDL/EDT616 3
Communities, Power, and Change (Core) EDL615 3
Community-based Leadership & Action I (Community-Oriented Educator track) EDL687 3
Educators as Activists (Early Career Teacher track) EDT583 3
Educational Policies and Teachers (ECT) EDL619 3
Identity, Community, and Activism (COE) EDL638 3
Community-based Leadership & Action II (COE) EDL688 3
Students, Justice, and Equity-centered Pedagogies (ECT) EDT623 3
Engaging Minoritized Children & Youth (Core) EDT557 3
Capstone (for both concentrations) EDT/EDL691 3