Program Overview

Kansas State University offers a master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in Digital Teaching and Learning that is open to licensed teachers. Graduates will learn about emerging technologies and how to use them in the classroom, skills often needed in leadership roles in technology integration and positions in technology-rich schools. This is a 31-credit-hour program, with 15 of those hours focused on Digital Teaching and Learning.

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    Degree Level: Master
    Delivery Format: 100% Online
    Requirements:
    • A current teaching certificate and classroom teaching experience or equivalent
    • Must hold a bachelor’s degree with a GPA of 3.0 from an accredited university or college
    • Submit:
      • Transcripts from all bachelor’s degrees and any graduate credit completed
      • Three letters of recommendation
      • Statement of goals and professional experience from the applicant
      • English proficiency scores (if applicable)
    Accreditation & Licensing:

    North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission

    Programmatic Accreditation:

    National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE)

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    Kansas State University offers graduate-level programs to help educational professionals advance in their field. Online master’s degrees are offered in academic advising; educational leadership; adult and continuing education; and curriculum and instruction with an emphasis in English as a second language, digital teaching and learning; or educational computing; design; and online learning. K-State also offers online graduate certificate programs in academic advising and digital teaching and learning, as well as an English as a second language endorsement and reading specialist endorsement. Many of K-State’s online education programs require students to have a valid teaching license.

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