LBC | Capital’s Master of Education: Curriculum & Instruction equips Christian educators with specialized expertise and skills to lead in these influential areas. The program is designed for those who want to enhance their professional knowledge and competence; grow in their ability to analyze, interpret and use data to improve student achievement; and develop skills to influence student learning at both the classroom and school levels.
This exciting and fully online program also prepares students to conduct action research and inquiry as master classroom teachers, bring educational expertise to a wide range of learning organizations and pursue doctoral studies.
8 weeks, a few courses are 16 weeks
There is no residency requirement. To help build community, students have the opportunity to participate in a weekly 30- to 60-minute Zoom session with their professor and fellow students.
Action research project in which a practical education problem or issue is carefully addressed
Transfer in up to 9 graduate level credits with a grade of B or higher.
Biblical & Theological Course* 3 Credits
MEd in C&I Core Courses 21 Credits
Education Electives 12 Credits
View the Academic Catalog for the complete curriculum plan, course descriptions and complete program details.
*This Biblical & Theological course is required unless the student enters the program with advanced standing. Ask your admissions counselor about Advance Standing.
Want to learn more about this master’s degree or LBC | Capital’s graduate education? Consider scheduling an appointment to talk virtually or in person with an Admissions Counselor who will be glad to answer all your questions about earning a graduate degree online.
The Master of Education in Curriculum & Instruction will prepare you for a wide range of education, service and ministry contexts. Here is just a sampling of careers:
The following is the proposed scope for this degree program.
|BIBLICAL & THEOLOGICAL COURSE|
|BTC 503 Foundations for Integration or BTC 504 Perspectives on Integration||3|
|EDUCATION CORE COURSES|
|EDU 519 Foundations and Frameworks for Learning||3|
|EDU 529 Collaborative Team Approach||3|
|EDL 540 Curriculum Design||3|
|EDL 543 Instructional Principles and Models||3|
|EDL 545 Using Data to Improve Learning||3|
|EDU 598 Seminar in Action Research||3|
|EDU 599 Project in Action Research||3|
|SEC 537 Technology for Teachers||3|
|EDU 550 Sociocultural Perspectives on Education||3|
|EDU 560 Teacher’s Life and Work||3|
|SPE 510 Practices for the Inclusionary Classroom||3|
|ESL520 Instruction and Assessment for the English Learner||3|