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The Master of Education M.Ed. program in Curriculum and Instruction is open to individuals
who have completed a bachelor's degree but who have not completed a teacher preparation
program and wish to earn a teaching license. The M.Ed. program with initial licensure
provides professionals with the specialized knowledge, skills, and dispositions needed
to meet the educational needs of students attending today's schools.
The program standards are aligned with the Tennessee Teacher Licensure Standards: for Professional Education.
The program focuses on curriculum and instruction. The M.Ed. requires 36 credits of
student teaching. The program of study includes 30 hours of core courses with six
hours of courses required in either elementary or secondary education. Six of the
36 hours will be completed through an action research project.
Classes meet one night a week for 12 months. The Summer semester is offered entirely
online. Students may start any semester - Spring, Summer, or Fall. Contact your Enrollment Counselor for schedule details.