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Curriculum

M.S. in Teaching, Learning and Curriculum: Advanced Studies

Developing advanced instructional strategies that are tailored to an individual or a specific group of learners is the basis of Drexel’s M.S. in Teaching, Learning and Curriculum: Advanced Studies. Rigorous coursework provides an overview and examination of current teaching trends and explores how these trends can be applied effectively to a broad range of educational opportunities. An additional research component allows the student to better understand how studies and trends inform one’s teaching practice.

A small and focused number of core courses and an expansive selection of concentration courses enable students to spend more time on an area of study that is important to them.

Curriculum

The Teaching, Learning and Curriculum program consists of 45 credits in the following areas: five core courses, two Policy, Law, and Organization courses, two research courses, and a concentration of six courses.

For degree requirements and course descriptions, please visit the Drexel University Course Catalog.

Core Courses - 15 credits

Code Name Credits
EDUC 530 Advanced Techniques in Instruction and Assessment 3.0
EDUC 532 Designing Virtual Communities 3.0
EDUC 609 Language and Culture in Education 3.0
EDUC 714 Instructional and Curricular Leadership 3.0
EDUC 813 Educational Issues Seminar 3.0

Policy, Law, and Organization Courses - 6 credits (Choose two)

Code Name Credits
EDUC 804 Studying Educational Organizations & Programs 3.0
EDUC 705 School Law and Politics  3.0
EDUC 602 Educational Policy: Concepts, Issues and Applications 3.0 

Research Courses - 6 credits

Code Name Credits
EDUC 700 Classroom Research for Teachers I 4.5
EDUC 701 Classroom Research for Teachers II 1.5

Concentration Courses - 18 credits

You may customize your studies with a concentration from education classes or choose from one of the following areas, with the approval of the program director and your graduate academic advisor:

  • Educational Administration
  • Global and International
  • Instructional Technology
  • Higher Education
  • Customizable Concentration
    • English as a Second Language Specialist (PA Certification)
    • Autism Spectrum Disorders
    • Educational Policy
    • Evaluation and Assessment