The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) concentration is accessible and attractive to educators working in formal and informal settings interested in integrating science, technology, engineering and mathematics across the curriculum. It prepares educators to design integrated and project based learning experiences and develops a framework for thinking about the role of STEM subjects in a democratic society.
The University of Cincinnati Master of Education in Curriculum & Instruction program is designed to help teachers align their career goals with a degree that will help them transition from teachers into educating professionals. The program assists educators who are interested in planning, developing, implementing and evaluating instructional programs in K-12 school settings. Dedicated to making an impact with their educational career, these leaders seek to make a solid difference in teaching as well as to enhance the educational experience of students. The online program empowers dedicated teachers with the confidence and communication skills necessary to bring classroom environments to new levels of success.
The University of Cincinnati's Master of Education in Curriculum & Instruction online program connects working educators with a dynamic community of dedicated professors, accessible research and a devoted student support team. The University has gained a notable reputation for its outstanding faculty, research, novel curriculum, program accreditations and competitive tuition and is regionally and NCATE accredited. Students can choose from four convenient start dates, receive relevant and comprehensive cohort-based curriculum, graduate in as little as two years with 45 quarter credit hours all while never stepping foot on a campus.