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Curriculum and Instruction Degree Programs | Online Education Degrees

Degrees in curriculum and instruction provide you with an understanding of how to develop coursework. Earning a curriculum and instruction master’s degree can mean an opportunity to help decide what is taught throughout an entire school or school district. Certificates in this field are typically graduate–level certificates, which means that you will need a bachelor’s degree (probably in an education field) before you can attend a curriculum and instruction certificate program.



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University of Southern California Rossier School of Education

Texas A&M University-Commerce

Colorado State University

Northcentral University

University of Phoenix

California Baptist

Saint Mary's University of Minnesota

Saint Joseph’s University

Brandman University Online

Brandman University

University of New England

Capella University

The University of Scranton

Grand Canyon University

Walden University

Southern New Hampshire University

Andrews University
Berrien Springs, MI

Degrees in Curriculum and Instruction – Job Outlook

Education and curriculum classes typically focus on conducting educational research, creating learning materials and supervising instructors. Though most curriculum designers work in primary, secondary or postsecondary education environments, some find work in the rapidly expanding (and often lucrative) instructional technology field.

Curriculum design is a set of skills, not an occupation, so the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics doesn’t maintain employment data related to it. However, steady job growth is expected throughout the teaching field through 2016: 12% in early childhood education, 12% in K–12 education and up to 23% in adult education. Having a graduate-level certificate or degree in curriculum and instruction – especially if you work in instructional technology – can lead to top-notch job opportunities.