Master of Arts Degree in Education
The Master of Arts Degree in Education: Instructional Design and Curricular Supervision is a year-long, 6 block, intensive program for students who wish to advance themselves as instructional coordinators or supervising educators. This program offered via the Teacher Education Department on the St. Andrews Campus in North Carolina will allow participants to acquire theoretical background in human learning, leadership for teaching and learning and develop skills for use in professional work regarding directorial oversight and design of training processes within a variety of organizations. Courses will be delivered asynchronous online with intermittent group meetings through video conferencing. While this degree is aligned with the role of master teachers, curriculum administrators and instructional coordinators in the profession of K12 education, it is designed to address the philosophy, processes and technical skills to design and implement program needs of a wide variety of learning institutions. Early childhood education administrators and teachers, faculty, and staff in private institutions of learning, instructors of professional development in non-profit organizations, team managers for business operations and professors of academic content areas in institutions of higher education would find this degree beneficial.