Interim Department Chair: Dr. Ginni Fair

The Department of Curriculum and Instruction is responsible for program advisement and development in elementary education, middle grade education, gifted education, reading/writing, secondary education, and library science. Programs of study may lead to the Master of Arts in Education degree, Rank II, Rank I, and Master of Arts in Teaching degree (Initial Certification). The secondary education program, in cooperation with appropriate departments throughout the University, offers specific program in agriculture, art, biology, business education, chemistry, earth science, English, environmental sciences, family and consumer science, mathematics: mathematics education, music, physical education, physics, school health, social studies: history, and technology.


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