Personalize Your Path with our Fully Online Program
Beginning Fall 2023, Saint Michael’s College will be offering a fully online Master of Education (M.Ed.) with a concentration in Curriculum and Instructional Design. As part of this concentration, students complete seven required courses and five electives. Expand your knowledge and capacity to use equitable and just practices to lead the development of curriculum. Place students at the center while dismantling broken systems.
This fully online Master of Education program combines the best of both synchronous and asynchronous instruction; facilitating a community of learners with the freedom of complementary self-paced, asynchronous learning.
Take advantage of our five elective opportunities to create your own path. Personalization of your M.Ed. can be accomplished with a diverse array of electives that enrich the program and provide expertise in specific concentrations, such as: Holistic Restorative Education, Racial Equity & Educational Justice, Art, Literacy, School Leadership, and Special Education. Our faculty will assist you each step of the way to help design your personal educational journey.
Our graduates commit to work toward creating equitable and just systems by dismantling inequitable and oppressive educational policies and structures. Our master’s program in Curriculum and Instructional Design provides teachers and administrators the understanding and strategies to develop and evaluate school curricula through this lens. The word “curriculum” comprises many areas: orientation, philosophy, design, development, implementation, assessment, and evaluation. Our graduate students delve into these areas and progress as thought leaders.
While the primary focus in our program is K-12 public school settings, you will find that the concentration is applicable to all levels as well as a variety of other fields in which curriculum is developed and utilized.
“The Saint Michael’s College Master of Education program has shaped the next phase of my career. The deeply talented faculty, supportive advising, and program flexibility provided me with a clear pathway for balancing my professional and personal lives while obtaining my degree. The content of my courses has enriched my pedagogy and philosophy by expanding my understanding of everything in education; from systems-level improvement planning to anti-racism practices for my classroom.”
– Sam Nelson, Middle Level Educator, Shelburne Community School