Your Influence Starts Here
Ben Franklin was right. If you teach them, they will remember. Involve them, they will learn. At A&M-Commerce, we’re committed to educating Texas students with the best and brightest. Curriculum and Instruction is one way we’re making this happen. Our graduate program lets you apply principles of pedagogy, methodology and instruction to the elementary classroom. Earning your master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction provides other benefits as well. New job opportunities, increased salary, and deeper appreciation are just a few. Let your desire to lead the next generation begin here, in Commerce, Texas.
1.5 to 2 years
No foreign language credits required
No thesis required
Emphases and Minors
Focus Your Passion
The Department of Curriculum and Instruction offers two different tracks towards earning your master’s degree. Explore what option works best for your research interest and lifestyle.
Earn your way to the classroom through our Master of Science (MS) degree. Our flexible program lets you earn your initial teaching certification while working towards your master’s degree. Improve classroom content and delivery by studying classroom management, diversity and equity in education, and language arts. Upon successful completion of degree and program requirements, you will be certified to teach in Texas.
Designed for Texas certified educators, our Masters of Education (MEd) focuses on improving classroom teaching. You’ll learn how to enhance the classroom experience by studying the content and methodology of subjects. In addition, you’ll receive a minor in a topic of your choosing. We recommend this program to students interested in revamping instructional design.
Study What Interests You
Earn a certificate or specialization as part of your graduate curriculum. These recognitions provide career benefits like higher salaries and job opportunities.
Graduate Program Cost
Tuition and fees for graduate students taking nine credit hours are $3,594 for Texas residents and $6,897 for non-residents.