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Curriculum and Instruction (M.Ed.)

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Accountability has evolved into a major trend in education. Standardized achievement exams not only test students but also the teacher’s ability to deliver effective lessons to a classroom of diverse learners.

The Nicholls master’s degree programs in curriculum and instruction allow educators to heavily concentrate on their specialty and how it can be used to improve school learning environments. Educators learn advanced, innovative instructional methods and how they can be tailored for students from diverse educational, social, cultural and economic backgrounds.

Graduate students can concentrate in early childhood, high incidence disabilities, reading, elementary education or secondary education. All concentrations combine lectures, field experiences and research opportunities.

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