The Educational Specialist in Curriculum and Instruction degree is designed for leaders who wish to pursue advanced training in research-based methods of curriculum development and instruction at the post-master’s level without having to complete a dissertation. You will learn to use theoretical foundations and real-world practices to design developmentally and culturally appropriate curricula that fosters equity and academic success for all learners.
- Total tuition under $10,500*
- 34 semester credits
- Small class sizes to ensure personalized attention
- High-quality instruction from veteran teachers
A Note About Licensure: While this certificate provides a comprehensive understanding of the intended certificate outcomes, it does not lead to licensure, certification, or endorsement. ACE offers several programs that do provide a pathway to licensure, certification, or endorsement and they can be found here.
Disclaimer: The Ed.S. in Instructional Technology is designed principally for educators or other leaders who already possess licensure or certification as a teacher or school administrator, and who wish to expand their understanding of instructional technology. The degree does not lead to professional licensure, nor does it include an internship. The program is currently not being offered in Florida, Georgia, Wisconsin, or Kentucky.