Challenge and inspire your students – and yourself – using transformative curriculum and instruction
“I don’t have a degree; I have a purpose now.” – Tess Golden, Curriculum and Instruction student
Our Curriculum and Instruction program in the Department of Teaching and Learning Sciences will equip you with the skills to construct and implement innovative, inclusive, and effective curricula.
Through a balance of theory and hands-on practice (100% of our students work with faculty on research projects), you will learn to reach all types of learners in formal and informal settings at all levels of learning institutions (Kindergarten – Higher Education).
Our degree programs are flexible and our expert faculty will help you create a customized coursework plan that meets your interests; that means your career path is flexible, too. Create classes for international students who need ESL skills, design curriculum for NGO’s, or develop learning experiences for college undergrads. Whether you work as a professor, K–12 teacher, student services administrator, or consultant, you will be able to turn your education and ideas into well-structured, inspired curricula.
We offer three degree programs:
Learn how to develop research-based curriculum and instructional practices.
Expand your curricular expertise, applied research skills, and creative educational vision, and learn how to put it into practice.
Feed your intellectual curiosity, build your leadership skills, and prepare for university-level positions in academics or research.
Why Study at DU?
There are many reasons to study at the Morgridge College of Education. 100% of our admitted students receive financial aid. Our job placement rate for graduating students is outstanding. Our programs are exceptional and nationally recognized. Our faculty serve in a multitude of leadership positions within professional organization and on editorial boards, they are award winning teachers, and are nationally recognized scholars. Beyond these reasons, you will find that there is no better place to live than Denver.
Take the light rail directly from DU to downtown where you can enjoy amazing restaurants, sporting events, and nightlife or take a short drive west for spectacular mountain scenery and recreation. There are plenty of options to make your time at DU even more fulfilling.
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