Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction for Social Justice

Designed for conscious educators and teachers who want to study, understand, and help advance the improvement and reform efforts in K-12 education in our globalized society. Cohorts begin Fall 2018 & Spring 2019
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Because Education Creates Justice.

Our newly designed M.A. in Curriculum and Instruction for Social Justice unpacks the field of K-12 education, teaching, and its impact on society—helping current and aspiring teachers and educators enhance the lives of students and empower communities. The Master’s program is a substantive, 33-credit program that tackles controversial, political, and historical issues in education. The program is ideal for teachers who want to stay in the classroom, educators working with the community, and those considering a doctoral degree. The degree blends theory with practice and engages in cutting-edge urban issues.

Unique Program Features

  • 8-week semesters
  • Two tracks: Thematic or Teaching English Language Learners
  • Small cohort classes and hybrid format
  • Vibrant faculty who are experts in their field
  • Diverse range of teachers from public, independent and parochial schools in a variety of specialty areas and grade levels
  • No certification required
  • Rolling admission

Sample Courses

  • Curriculum Theories
  • Philosophy, History, and Reforms in Education
  • Instructional Theories and Practices
  • Creative Thinking, Collaboration, and Educational Change
  • Power, Identity, and Intersectionalities

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