W&M School of Education Launches Online Master’s and Certificates in Curriculum & Instruction – WYDaily

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WILLIAMSBURG — Starting this fall, the School of Education will add several new programs to its slate of 100% online offerings. An online master of arts in education will allow practicing teachers to expand their knowledge and skills in one of three specializations: grades K-6 special education, grades 6-12 special education, or ESL and bilingual education.

In addition, certificate programs will be offered in the same three specialty areas, allowing teachers to better serve students with diverse needs and earn possible endorsement in additional teaching areas.

“We’re thrilled to be expanding our online programming into the realm of teacher education,” said Rob Knoeppel, dean of the School of Education. “We’ve carefully designed these programs to help working professionals gain important skills and credentials that will allow them to advance their careers and meet some of the most pressing needs of our K-12 schools.”

Fast Facts: Online M.A.Ed. in Curriculum & Instruction

  • 100% online
  • 30 credit hours (five core courses plus five specialization courses)
  • Three specializations: K-6 special education, 6-12 special education, ESL/bilingual education
  • Spring, summer and fall start dates
  • Launches Fall 2021

To learn more about the Online M.A.Ed., click here.

Fast Facts: Online Certificates in Curriculum & Instruction

  • 100% online
  • 15 credit hours
  • Complete in as few as 10 months
  • Three specializations: K-6 special education, 6-12 special education, ESL/bilingual education
  • Spring, summer and fall start dates
  • Launches Spring 2022

To learn more about the online certificates, click here.

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