Curriculum & Instruction

The Department of Curriculum and Instruction coordinates Bachelor of Science degrees in:

Graduate programs include the Master of Education (M.Ed.) in:

  • Art Education K-12,
  • Biology Education 7-12,
  • Dyslexia Therapy K-12 (pending approval by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges),
  • Elementary Education K-6, (Online)
  • Elementary Education in the Art of Teaching 4th-6th, (Hybrid)
  • English Education 7-12,
  • Gifted Education K-12, (Hybrid)
  • Mathematics Education 7-12,
  • Mild and Moderate Disabilities K-12, (Online)
  • Secondary Education 7-12, (Online)
  • Secondary Education in the Art of Teaching 7-12, (Hybrid)
  • Social Studies Education 7-12.

Graduate programs include the Educational Specialist (Ed.S.) in: 

  • Elementary Education, 
  • Secondary Education.

Endorsements are available in:

  • Gifted Education K-12,
  • Health Education K-12,
  • Mild and Moderate Disabilities Education K-12, (Online)
  • Reading Education K-12, (Online)
  • Severe and Profound Disabilities Education K-12.


Educational Leadership

The Department of Educational Leadership has degrees at the Master, Specialist, and Doctorate levels

  • Master of Education in Educational Leadership - Principal Certification K-12,
  • Specialist in Educational Leadership - Principal Certification K-12,
  • Specialist in Instructional Leadership, (Online)
  • Specialist in Instructional Assessment, (Online)
  • Specialist in Higher Education Administration,
  • EdD in Higher Education Administration, and
  • PhD in Higher Education Administration.
  • EdD Instructional Leadership, (Online Coming Soon)

Physical Education, Health, and Recreation

The Department of Physical Education, Health, and Recreation offers degrees at the Bachelor and Master levels:

  • Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Physical Education (K-12 Licensure), (Hybrid)
  • B.S. in Physical Education, Health, and Recreation, (Online)
  • M.Ed. in Interscholastic Athletic Administration.