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Manhattan, KS 66502

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Julie Hunt
Program Coordinator

Learning Skills/School Improvement

The learning skills/school improvement area of concentration in the Master of Science in Curriculum and Instruction leverages interactive technologies to increase student achievement and teacher retention.

Students can choose from three curriculum tracks to complete the program. The first provides coursework in school improvement and teacher leadership. The second allows students to complete a graduate certificate in educational leadership. The third option includes coursework that will prepare students to apply for an endorsement in the Reading Specialist area from the Kansas Department of Education. Additional information on these three tracks can be found on the curriculum page.

Courses for this program are delivered online during a 15-month period of intense training. The primary goal of the program is to create change agents in school districts who are capable of enhancing the quality of student learning.

This program is designed with working teachers in mind, providing a fast pathway to degree completion and critical skills for today’s schools and students.

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Degree: Master of Science
College: Education
Credits: Minimum of 31
Course delivery: Online

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