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Curriculum and Instruction

You can view admission requirements for these programs on the admissions page.

Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction

The Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction has several degree options to choose from. Click on the program you are interested in to view the required coursework. The four Curriculum and Instruction options consist of 12 hours of core research and curriculum coursework and 18 hours of a focus area.

The Literacy Studies program includes Texas Certifications in English as a Second Language (ESL), Master Reading Teacher (MRT), and Reading Specialist (RS).

Curriculum and Instruction

Mathematics Education

Science Education

Literacy Studies (Triple Literacy)

Open Option

Add-On Endorsements

Bilingual Certification

English as a Second Language

Master of Education in Mind, Brain and Education

The Master of Education in Mind, Brain and Education is designed for students interested in connecting cognition, neuroscience and educational practice in traditional and non-traditional learning environments. Students become leaders in helping others understand the promise as well as the necessary caution when using research to inform practice. The potential in MBE provides opportunity and insight for all, as well as a powerful framework for developing useable knowledge in educational contexts.

Mind, Brain and Education Coursework