The Master of Arts in Education with an emphasis on Curriculum and Instruction is a course of study designed for educators who wish to strengthen their understanding of curriculum theory, integrated curricula, the role of technology in curriculum, curricula and global issues, and the ways in which action research can be used to shape more effective curriculum.
The concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis is an area of need that has grown significantly. Principals, special educators, and special education directors identify behavior interventions and strategies as priority needs in their schools. The courses in this concentration form a frame a collaborative concentration supported by both the Education and Psychology departments.
This degree is intended for candidates who already have initial licensure. Candidates who are not planning to obtain a teaching license may also obtain this degree.
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Candidates for the Master of Arts in Education: Curriculum & Instruction who wish to pursue a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) must take the following courses: