Graduate program director
Leila Christenbury, Ed.D.
Chair, Department of Teaching and Learning
Monty Jones, M.Ed.
Director of technology, School of Education
Program website: soe.vcu.edu
Refer to the program search function of the online VCU Bulletins for a complete listing of all programs, concentrations and related curricular options.
Curriculum and Instruction, Master of Education (M.Ed.) with a concentration in teaching and learning
Apply online at graduate.admissions.vcu.edu.
Curriculum and Instruction, Master of Education (M.Ed.) with a concentration in instructional technology
GRE or MAT
In addition to the general admission requirements of the VCU Graduate School, the following requirements represent the minimum acceptable standards for admission:
The VCU Graduate Bulletin website documents the official admission and academic rules and regulations that govern graduate education for all graduate programs at the university. These policies are established by the graduate faculty of the university through their elected representatives to the University Graduate Council.
It is the responsibility of all graduate students, both on- and off-campus, to be familiar with the VCU Graduate Bulletin as well as the Graduate School website and academic regulations in individual school and department publications and on program websites. However, in all cases, the official policies and procedures of the University Graduate Council, as published on the VCU Graduate Bulletin and Graduate School websites, take precedence over individual program policies and guidelines.
General academic regulations for
all graduate students in all graduate programs at VCU
The Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction program is designed to provide professional and cognate experiences for experienced educators seeking to develop additional skills in the use of technology in support of teaching and learning.
In addition to general VCU Graduate School graduation requirements, students are required to complete course work in core and elective courses.
|EDUS 660 Research Methods in Education||3|
|EDUS 673 Seminar on Educational Issues, Ethics and Policy||3|
|Select one of the following:|
|EDUS/PSYC 607 Advanced Educational Psychology for Elementary Teachers||3|
|STAT/SOCY 508 Introduction to Social Statistics||3|
|TEDU 615 Curriculum Development||3|
|TEDU 617 Instructional Models and the Curriculum||3|
|Other course as approved by adviser|
|TEDU 556 Advanced Computer Applications in Education||3|
|TEDU 560 Instructional Strategies Using the Internet||3|
|TEDU 610 Developing and Critiquing Visual Literacy||3|
|TEDU 620/MASC 681 Video Applications in Instruction||3|
|TEDU 640 Designing and Managing eLearning||3|
|TEDU 673 Technology Leadership and Staff Development||3|
|Any graduate course with TEDU, EDUS or SEDP prefix
Other courses as approved by adviser
|Total graduate credit hours required (minimum)||33|
A graduate student admitted to a program or concentration requiring a final research project, work of art, thesis or dissertation, must qualify for continuing master’s or doctoral status according to the degree candidacy requirements of the student’s graduate program. Admission to degree candidacy, if applicable, is a formal statement by the graduate student’s faculty regarding the student’s academic achievements and the student’s readiness to proceed to the final research phase of the degree program.
Graduate students and program directors should refer to the following degree candidacy policy as published in the VCU Graduate Bulletin for complete information and instructions.
Degree candidacy requirements
As graduate students approach the end of their academic programs and the final semester of matriculation, they must make formal application to graduate. No degrees will be conferred until the application to graduate has been finalized.
Graduate students and program directors should refer to the following graduation requirements as published in the Graduate Bulletin for a complete list of instructions and a graduation checklist.
Last update: 2/16/2015
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