Curriculum, Instruction and Supervision in the Department of EL

Welcome to the new Master of Education in Curriculum Studies for Equity in Education

The new M.Ed. in *Curriculum Studies for Equity in Education at UNCW’s Watson College of Education will provide educators with approaches to curriculum, pedagogy and learning that foster a culture of inclusion and equity in P-12 learning environments.

The program focuses on theoretical and real-world issues related to curriculum studies and educational practice with courses grounded in social justice, global education, critical pedagogy and transformational praxis. It is designed to prepare classroom teachers, school administrators, teacher educators and others in a variety of educational settings to be effective leaders in curriculum and pedagogy.

Candidates will complete 30 credit hours of graduate-level courses and projects in a cohort-model program designed to accommodate working professionals.

The Master of Education in Curriculum Studies for Equity in Education offers:

  • Focus on access, equity, inclusion, diversity and social justice
  • Online synchronous classes to accommodate working professionals
  • Dedicated faculty with extensive experience in curriculum studies and equity in education
  • A cohort model that fosters engagement and critical community building
  • School, district and community partnerships for social action-based research projects
  • Two short residencies at UNCW for participation in an interactive equity institute
  • Transformative educational experiences rich in real-world learning opportunities
  • Opportunities for international experiences
  • Strong preparation for effective teaching and leadership in curriculum
  • Leads to a Curriculum Specialist License in North Carolina for qualified educators

*Applications for FALL 2018 ADMISSION are due MAY 15. See the Graduate School website for admissions details. The new CSEE program is only accepting FALL ADMISSIONS in order align to the cohort model.