Mar 08, 2021  
2013-2014 Graduate Catalogue 
2013-2014 Graduate Catalogue Archived Catalogue

Curriculum, Instruction and Supervision, M.Ed.

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Graduate Coordinator, Curriculum/Instruction Supervision: Dr. Scott Imig

The program in Curriculum, Instruction and Supervision is designed to provide advanced study to prepare graduates to be effective school and district level curriculum and instructional leaders, and is appropriate for classroom teachers, building administrators, teacher educators, and other personnel who play a supervisory role in the professional development of others.


Admission Requirements

Candidates for admission to the M.Ed. in Curriculum/Instruction Supervision program must have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in a related field and are strongly encouraged to have completed three years of teaching experience. (Contact the Program Coordinator with questions about this requirement.)  Applications must be submitted by the published deadline.

The following materials must be submitted in addition to the application for Graduate School:

1. Official copies of transcripts from all institutions attended (graduate and undergraduate).

2. Official scores on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) or Miller Analogies Test (MAT).  Scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.

3.  Candidates must hold or be qualified to hold a Class “A” teacher license in at least one area of education.

4.  Three years of teaching experience preferred.

5. A statement of purpose delineating professional background, future goals, and how obtaining the degree helps in meeting stated goals.

6. Three recommendations by individuals in professionally relevant roles.


Degree Requirements (36 hours)

Curriculum and Instruction Sequence (6 Hours Required)

Research and Evaluation (6 Hours Required)

Electives (12 Hours Required)

Electives in Curriculum, Instruction and Supervision are chosen in consultation with a faculty advisor. Electives from other graduate programs in the Watson College of Education or UNCW may be chosen. A maximum of six semester hours of graduate credit may be transferred from another regionally accredited institution in partial fulfillment of the total hours required for the program.  National Board Certification is equivalent to 3 elective credit hours.

Thesis (6 Hours Required)

NC Licensure Requirement

To receive state licensure, candidates also must pass the licensure examination required by the state of North Carolina: PRAXIS II: Educational Leadership: Administration and Supervision #0411/5411 (Scores of 145 needed). (UNCW must be listed as a score recipient.)

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