MA, Education, Curriculum and Instruction

The Master of Arts in Education, Curriculum and Instruction degree is designed to advance the professional learning and development for practicing educators. While this degree focuses on the K-12 education landscape in particular, we accept students who identify as educators and work outside of the K-12 systems as well. Students take 4 required core courses, a selection of courses in their elective or cognate interest, and complete a culminating activity, selected from three options. This degree requires completion of a minimum of 30 credits. The MA in Education, Curriculum and Instruction does not lead to initial teacher certification nor does it require certification for admission.

Department Name: Department of Curriculum, Instruction and Foundational Studies

Official Degree Name: Master of Arts in Education, Curriculum and Instruction

Degree Type: Master of Arts

What can I do with this degree?

The Master of Arts in Education, Curriculum and Instruction is designed to improve instructional, curricular and leadership skills among practicing educators. Graduates of the program will be able to adapt research based techniques to meet the requirements of their professional situations and be able to assess and reflect on the efficacy of their efforts.

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Boise State provides an affordable, quality education to improve your future. Scholarship opportunities are available for residents and nonresidents, making it even more affordable to attain a quality education.

The College of Education also offers a range of scholarship opportunities. 

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