Curriculum Teacher Education (MS)
Application and Admissions
The Curriculum and Teacher Education (CTED) program is for individuals who currently hold an Oregon teaching license, and wish to add to their knowledge by adding a master’s degree or licensure endorsement.
The master of science degree program is designed to cover the foundations of the field of educational scholarship, while simultaneously providing considerable flexibility for students to pursue advanced studies in their individual areas of interest.
Enrollment is limited. Program admission is based on grade point average, recommendations, need in the field, and the interview. See the website for application details.
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
- Demonstrate an understanding of the 10 InTASC standards at the appropriate progression level(s) in the following categories: the learner and learning, content instructional practice and professional responsibility.
- Use research and evidence to develop an understanding of the teaching profession and use both to measure students' progress and their own professional practice.
- Apply content and pedagogical knowledge as reflected in outcome assessments in response to standards of Specialized Professional Associations (SPA), the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS), states, or other accrediting bodies.
- Demonstrate skills and commitment that afford all P-12 students access to rigorous college- and career-ready standards.
Master of Science in Curriculum and Teacher Education
|Foundations of education courses||8|
|Teacher professionalism courses||8|
|Research methodology courses||8|
This program is designed for those who already hold a teaching license but want to build on their knowledge by adding a master's degree. Study plans are individualized based on an applicant’s educational pursuits. The program accepts applicants on an annual basis. Interested applicants may access the application from October through January 30; the program begins summer session, in June.
Enrollment is limited. Program admission is based on grade point average, recommendations, need in the field, and the results of an interview. See the website for application details.