C&I stands for Curriculum and Instruction. The Curriculum and Instruction graduate programs are administered and operated through the departments of Educational Studies, Elementary and Early Childhood Education, and Secondary Education. Together, these departments offer a Master of Arts degree in Education with a specialization in Curriculum and Instruction.
Our deadline (screening) dates are as follows: September 1st for spring admission; February 1st for summer/fall admission.
We do not require GRE testing for our Master's degree at this time. However if you have taken the GRE within the past five years you may report your score in the online application.
Applicants for the Master of Arts in Education with a specialization in Curriculum and Instruction are required to be certified teachers with one year of teaching experience or equivalent.
Yes - up to 12 hours be transferred into a degree program.
No; however many courses are entirely online or have online components. All coursework is accessable to anyone in the state of Wyoming.
The most current tuition rates can be found at the following website: http://www.uwyo.edu/sfa/cost_of_attendance/
No. All courses are offered through the Outreach school and are available to students throughout the state of Wyoming.
Yes, Post-baccalaureate students can opt to apply for the master's program in C&I if they wish to. They follow the same admissions procedures as other applicants.
No, the Master's degree in Education with a Specialization in Curriculum and Instruction is designed for educators who are already certified and who have taught in K-12 classrooms for at least one year. Thus, the degree does not lead to certification. Individuals who are interested in obtaining an initial teaching certification in Wyoming should seek information from the Office of Teacher Education http://www.uwyo.edu/ted.
Once admitted, students can register for courses on the university's WyoWeb http://wyoweb.uwyo.edu.
Email or phone your advisor with questions or concerns - advisor contact information can be found on our faculty directory page.
You will be instructed on filing your program of study when you enroll in EDCI 5400 Midpoint Portfolio. You will take this class when you have completed at least 12 graduate credits. The program of study form can be found on the Current Student Resources page, and needs to be approved by the committee and submitted to the Office Associate.
During your first or second semester of coursework, consult with your initial advisor or other faculty you've worked with about faculty members who would be appropriate as committee members. The assigned initial advisor does NOT need to be a committee member. For master's degree students, two committee members (including the advisor) should be faculty members in Curriculum and Instruction; a third faculty member should come from outside the three departments that make up Curriculum and Instruction. Once three faculty members have agreed to serve as committee members, submit a list of the committee members to the Office Associate who will make a copy for your file and forward to the Registrar's Office.
All work on a master's degree must be completed within six (6) calendar years from the date of admission.
A minimum of 32 semester hours is required. All course work and degree requirements must be approved by the student's graduate committee.