Curriculum and Instruction Master's Degree with a Learning Skills/School Improvement Concentration Program By Kansas State University |Top Universities

Curriculum and Instruction Master's Degree with a Learning Skills/School Improvement Concentration

Program Duration

12 monthsProgram duration

Scholarship

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Main Subject Area

Education and TrainingMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Education and Training

Degree

Other

Study Level

Masters

Study Mode

Online

With an emphasis on trends and recent developments in practice, theory and research, the Master of Science in Curriculum and Instruction was designed to be customizable to a variety of roles within the modern school system for those with a background in education. The learning skills/school improvement concentration was designed to leverage interactive technologies to increase student achievement and teacher retention.

Program overview

Main Subject

Education and Training

Degree

Other

Study Level

Masters

Study Mode

Online

With an emphasis on trends and recent developments in practice, theory and research, the Master of Science in Curriculum and Instruction was designed to be customizable to a variety of roles within the modern school system for those with a background in education. The learning skills/school improvement concentration was designed to leverage interactive technologies to increase student achievement and teacher retention.

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

6+
79+
3+
Jan
May

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K-State offers over 250 Bachelor’s degrees, minors, and certificates in nine colleges. 

Usual undergraduate entry requirements: 

• GPA (grade point average) of 2.5 or higher

• School Transcripts (in English)

• Completed Application form

• Application Fee of US$80

International students can learn more about admissions here, including enrollment required for English Proficiency.  You need to provide proof of your English ability before taking classes.

International tuition and fees for academic classes and English Study are updated regularly.

K-State has a number of scholarships available for students. Take a look at freshmen renewal requirements here.

In addition, the university offers special scholarships for international students: Kansas State International Excellences Award.

K-State offers 74 master’s programs, 41 doctoral programs, four educational doctoral programs, 44 graduate certificates. Graduate programs are offered in a range of disciplines including agriculture, architecture, arts, education, engineering, humanities, physical sciences, social sciences.

Usual postgraduate requirements (may differ for individual programs): 

• 3.0 GPA

• Standardized test results (i.e. GMAT/GRE)

• Application materials

• Personal statement

• Letters of reference

Graduate School candidates who aren’t English native language speaker must achieve:

• TOEFL score: minimum 79 internet-based or 550 paper-based

• International English Language Testing System: minimum 6.5 score

• Pearson Test of English: minimum 58 score

Based on summer 2020 tuition and fees, non-resident graduate students will be charged approximately US$12,500 for tuition and fees if enrolled in six credit hours. Whereas the resident rate for six hours of graduate credit is approximately US$6,100.

Graduate teaching assistantships (GTA), graduate research assistantships (GRA), and graduate assistantships (GA) are common forms of funding for graduate students. Most assistantships are 0.5 FTE appointments that include a bi-weekly stipend.

GTA appointments also include tuition remission for up to 10 credit hours each semester. Some GRA appointments include tuition support, but this varies by employing unit. Some departments or programs may have scholarships for graduate students.

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