College of Education > Academics > Leadership, Language & Curriculum > Graduate Programs > Curriculum Studies (MA/MEd) > Degree Requirements
We offer the Curriculum Studies MA or MEd in two modalities: on-campus and fully online.
Degree requirements for each modality are unique. On-campus degree requirements are listed below, and
online degree requirements are listed in the Academic Catalog.
View online requirements in the Catalog
Specific degree requirements are determined according to the concentration chosen by the student. Master of Arts (MA) concentration is available in Curriculum Specialist.
Please review the concentration requirements pages for more information.
Please note: a Master’s Thesis is completed for the MA concentration in conjunction with faculty advisement. Preparation for the writing of the Thesis should begin well in advance of the completion of coursework. Oral examination on Thesis required. Consult the MA Thesis Handbook for additional information.
Specific degree requirements are determined according to the concentration chosen by the student. Master of Education (MEd) concentrations are available in Curriculum Specialist (degree only), Teacher Leader (degree with endorsement), Computer Science (degree with endorsement).
Please note: A Capstone project is completed for only (Curriculum Specialist and Teachers Leader) MEd Concentrations in conjunction with faculty advisement, and students are required to take CS 608 to complete the Capstone project.
Students must maintain a 3.0 average or higher to continue in the program. Any grade below a C will not count for credit toward completion of the program.
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