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Master of Education or Arts in Curriculum & Instruction

 
Contact:
Dr. Claudia Khourey-Bowers
Coordinator for Graduate Education
Kent State University at Stark
330-244-3422
cmkhoure@kent.edu

Address for Application Documents:
Graduate School of Education, Health
& Human Services
418 White Hall
Kent State University
PO Box 5190
Kent OH 44242-0001

 

Master of Education or Arts


Finish Degree at Stark

  Curriculum & Instruction Studies



Kent State University at Stark offers a M.Ed. or M.A. degree with an emphasis in Curriculum & Instruction Studies. The courses are taught at Kent State Stark and held in the evenings.

This master's degree option will prepare you for leadership positions in education at the local, state and national levels. Graduate studies in Curriculum & Instruction give you the opportunity to understand historical and contemporary influences of educational theories and research on classroom strategies, institutional goals and formation on public policy. Most importantly, this degree can help you refine and articulate your own beliefs about teaching and learning.

Students interested in pursing the Curriculum & Instruction emphasis at Kent State Stark should contact Dr. Claudia Khourey-Bowers to learn more about this master's degree option.


Degree Information


Application Requirements

  • Graduate Application Checklist
    The graduate application generally requires the following items. Be sure to verify with the program coordinator which items are required before applying:
    - $30 Application Fee
    - Goal Statement
    - Official Transcripts
    - Two Letters of Recommendation
  • Graduate Application for Admission
    Applications must be submitted online.