Master of Education in Curriculum, Instruction, and Supervision
Welcome to the M.Ed in Curriculum, Instruction, and Supervision Website The M.Ed. program in Curriculum, Instruction, and Supervision is designed to provide an advanced study to prepare graduates to be effective school and district level curriculum and instructional leaders, and is appropriate for classroom teachers, building administrators, teacher educators, and other personnel who play a supervisory role in the professional development of others.
Did You Know?
- The CIS M.Ed. and add-on licensure programs can be completed entirely online.
- If you are Nationally Board Certified it can count as 3 credits toward your Masters in CIS.
- An add-on licensure in CIS can be achieved in as few as 4 to 6 classes.
Graduates of the CIS Program will:
- Be reflective practitioners.
- Integrate social justice principles into practice.
- Investigate, refine and integrate global education into their practice.
- Use critical thinking, appropriate technology, and problem-solving skills to foster creativity and innovation.
- Assess and discern effective application of curriculum models, instructional practices, and supervisory strategies.
- Promote continuous, lifelong learning in self, students, colleagues and the community.
- Advocate for appropriate and supportive working conditions for teachers and students.
- Produce research-based, data-driven practices for teachers and schools.
Welcome from a UNCW CIS Graduate
Candidates for admission to the M.Ed. in Curriculum, Instruction and Supervision program must have a minimum of a bachelor's degree in a related field and three years of teaching experience.* The following materials must be submitted in addition to the Application for Graduate School:
- Official copies of transcripts from all institutions attended.
- Official scores on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) or Miller Analogies Test (MAT). Scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.
- A statement of purpose delineating professional background, future goals, and how obtaining the degree helps in meeting stated goals.
- Three recommendations by individuals in professionally relevant roles.
Rolling admission is available for the M.Ed. in Curriculum, Instruction, and Supervision program. Deadlines (11:59 p.m. EST) Please refer to the Graduate School Admissions Deadlines information for application deadlines and requirements. *Contact the Program Coordinator with questions about this requirement.
Did You Know? The CIS M.Ed. and add-on licensure programs can be completed entirely online. CIS Program of Study Information on this Program of Study page provides the course number, course title, the number of credits, semesters offered and whether required or elective. Research Core (6 hours required)
- EDL 523: Research in Education (3)
- EDL 568: Educational Program Design and Evaluation (3)
Curriculum and Instruction (6 hours required)
- EDL 530: Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment (3)
- EDL 574: Action Research in Curriculum and Instruction (3)
Supervision (6 hours required)
- EDL 567: Learning-Centered Supervision (3)
- EDL 578: Practicum in Learning-Centered Supervision (3)
Electives (12 hours required)
- Selected in consultation with your advisor.
Thesis or Culminating Project (6 hours required) Note: 2 sections in final 2 semesters of the program. All students register for EDL 596: Culminating Project I (3) In consultation with your advisor, register for EDL 597: Culminating Project II (3) or EDL 599: Thesis (3) Total Required Hours in Program: 36 PRAXIS ll: Educational Leadership: Administration and Supervision #0411 (required for licensure). See the online graduate catalog for full course descriptions
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Last updated November 20, 2017