Missouri Southern’s Master of Science in Education, Curriculum & Instruction degree is now available totally online.

Students take six hours per semester (fall, spring and summer) and can finish in six semesters. The program and instruction is perfect for professional educators who want to continue their education around their busy schedules.

“We are pleased to make this available for classroom teachers,” said Dr. Deborah Brown. “It will not only alleviate scheduling and logistical conflicts of working professionals and families,  but also will allow individuals to take the courses from anywhere in the world.”

The program welcomes applicants who wish to further their professional careers in education and strengthen their commitment to developing high-quality curriculum instructional capabilities.

Lorinda Hackett believes in the program and its ability to support not only graduate students, but the educational community as a whole.

“The Curriculum and Instruction program provides a continuation of the sound educational principles and best practices that foster viable teaching in collaboration with our candidates and professors who double as stakeholders in our educational community,” Hackett said.

Interested individuals should contact Dr. Maggie Beachner, Teacher Education Graduate Coordinator, at beachner-m@mssu.edu for more information or to apply.