The Curriculum & Instruction Program
About the Program* Note - GRE scores or passing VT Praxis II scores are required for students applying to the Spring 2012 semester and thereafter.
Applications*Applications for the Master's program can be downloaded from the Graduate College Website or from their offices at 330 Waterman Hall.
Only complete applications will be reviewed. A complete application includes,
|1. A statement of purpose|
|2. Three formal letters of recommendation - in addition to the online reference form|
|3. Copies of official transcripts from all institutions attended|
|4. All required items from
the Graduate College Application
The 30 credit program breaks down to the following requirements:
|Content Area||# of Courses
||2 - Choose 1 course from the
following: EDFS 209, EDFS 347 or EDFS 380
Choose 1 EDFS Graduate Level Course
||1 - Choose 1 course from the
following (EDLP 336, EDCI 333 or EDCI363)
|Specialization||6 - see
specializations (Requirements link)
|Elective||1 - course||3
|Optional: Master's Thesis||*
*The Thesis replaces 2 of the 3 credit courses (total 6 credits)
The Curriculum and Instruction is unique in that it has numerous areas of specialization.
- For specific program specialization requirements see Requirements.
- The C&I M.Ed is not
- Students interested in middle/secondary licensure should go to Curriculum and Instruction, (M.A.T.) Masters of Arts in Teaching
- Specific courses will be determined by working with your assigned academic advisor.
- NOTE: All incoming students must meet with the C & I Program Coordinator, Dr. Maureen Neumann, to have their specialization academic advisor assigned.
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