Become a facilitator for change

If you are an experienced teacher who wants to explore the field of curriculum, consider LaGrange College's Specialist in Education (Ed.S.) degree in Curriculum and Instruction:

  • Advance as a curriculum leader in just 14 months while still retaining classroom responsibilities.
  • Develop the theoretical knowledge and practical strategies needed to participate in the curriculum change process.
  • Discover how the relationship between policy and curriculum affects instructional planning, design and evaluation decisions.

Develop the tools to participate in the curriculum change process in just 14 months. Any certified teacher who holds a master's degree is eligible to enroll. All classes meet weekly following the face-to-face model.

New cohorts begin each June, with an appliation deadline of May 15.

Admission Requirements

The following requirements must be met for admission into the EdS program:

  • Candidate must have graduated from an accreditated institute of Higher Education
  • Candidate must hold a current or renewable teaching certificate at a Level 5
  • Candidate must submit three letters of recommendation
  • Candidate must complete admissions application
  • Candidate must receive approval of Department Chair
  • Candidate must have a minimum TOEFL score of 550 if English is not the primary language

Ed.S. in Curriculum and Instruction - Initial

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Ed.S. in Curriculum and Instruction - Advanced

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For More Information

Access the following link to request more information:

https://www.lagrange.edu/admission-and-aid/admission/request-information/index.html

 OR email us at advance@langrange.edu

 

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