Building a healthy academic system for our students begins with an exceptional effort from educational professionals. Their dedication to studying communication techniques, technology, and curriculum design yields a great result in the success of students inside and beyond the classroom.
The significant value of these individuals is reflected in the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ projection that instructional coordinator positions are expected to increase by 11% by 2026.
TeachingDegree.Org has created free guides to online Master’s and Doctorate degrees in Curriculum and Instruction – rich resources full of critical information to support our academic instructors, which include programs, scholarships, certifications, and more.
Here are links to the guides:
Online Guide to a Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction – https://www.teachingdegree.org/online-degrees/masters-curriculum-instruction/
This guide answers the questions of why pursue a Master’s degree in Curriculum & Instruction, career paths once you get that degree, choosing a program, entry requirements, how to pay for it(including specific scholarships that are available), continuing education and resources available.
Online Guide to a Doctorate Degree in Curriculum and Instruction – https://www.teachingdegree.org/online-degrees/doctorate-curriculum-instruction/
This guide answers the questions of why pursue a Doctorate degree in Curriculum & Instruction, types of degrees available, choosing a program, entry requirements, licensure and certifications available, what can you do with a Ph. D., how to pay for it(including specific scholarships that are available), continuing education and resources available.