Academic programs

M.Ed. in curriculum and instruction

The master of education in curriculum and instruction provides professional and cognate experiences for veteran teachers and offers a non-licensure option for students who have been admitted to the Master of Teaching program but choose not to complete licensure.

Students in our master of education in curriculum and instruction program may select from three different concentrations: in instructional technology, online teaching, or teaching and learning. Enrollment in the teaching and learning concentration requires recommendation from the student’s adviser and approval by the department chair. Content courses within the program are selected in consultation with an adviser from the appropriate concentration.

Program concentrations

Instructional technology

The instructional technology concentration of this M.Ed. program helps students develop additional skills in the use of technology in support of teaching and learning.

Degree requirements for the instructional technology concentration »

Please keep in mind, however, that the exact course requirements may vary depending on when you matriculated into the program, so please consult your adviser or the program coordinator with any additional questions.

Online teaching

The online teaching concentration of the M.Ed. in curriculum and instruction prepares K-12 teachers and administrators to develop and facilitate effective online instruction in K-12 environments.

Degree requirements for the online teaching concentration »

Please keep in mind, however, that the exact course requirements may vary depending on when you matriculated into the program, so please consult your adviser or the program coordinator with any additional questions.

For more information about the online teaching concentration, please contact Monty Jones, Ph.D., at joneswm2@vcu.edu or (804) 827-2606.

Teaching and learning

The teaching and learning concentration of the M.Ed. is for students who have been admitted to the Master of Teaching program but choose not to complete licensure. Enrollment in this concentration requires recommendation from the student’s adviser and approval by the department chair. Content courses within the program are selected in consultation with an adviser.

Degree requirements for the teaching and learning concentration »

Please keep in mind, however, that the exact course requirements may vary depending on when you matriculated into the program, so please consult your adviser or the program coordinator with any additional questions.


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Jenna Lenhardt, Ph.D.
Recruitment specialist
(804) 827-2479
Email: SOEinfo@vcu.edu

Faculty coordinators

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Julie A. Gorlewski, Ph.D.
Department chair and associate professor
Teaching and Learning

For online teaching or instructional technology concentration inquiries

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W. Monty Jones, Ph.D.
Assistant professor
Teaching and Learning