Master’s Degree in Education in Curriculum

The Graduate Program in Education with a concentration in Curriculum aspires to produce competent leaders in their profession who are highly qualified to develop, establish, transform, and lead in a variety of public or private educational organizations. The program of studies equips students with the knowledge and skills needed to ethically and productively work as a curriculum manager and a leader in the field of academics.

CurriculumTuition and FeesLanguagesCareer OptionsCompetenciesProgram Details

Tuition Study level REQUIREMENTS EstimaTED COST**
Undergraduate Estimated credits
Puerto Rico and Caribbean $180 39 $7,020
International
(Residents outside
PR and the Caribbean)
$350* 39 $13,650

* Elegible US military students enrolled in fully on-line education programs (undergraduate or graduate) are entitled to a discount in the cost per credit ($275 per credit) as disclosed in the current institutional catalogue.

** Total estimated cost.

*** Costs vary per program.

Caribbean.


This program is offered in the following languages:

  • English
  • Spanish

A Master’s Degree in Education in Curriculum from National University College will allow you to apply for a wide variety of positions in the job market, such as:

  • Teaching Specialist in Public and Private Institutions
  • Educational Consultant
  • Curriculum Department Supervisor or Coordinator
  • Conference Speaker
  • Curriculum Development Specialist

For additional career options, click here.
(Source: : Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor)

The Master’s in Education with concentration in Curriculum aspires to produce academic leaders that possess the knowledge and fundamentals that allow them to design, develop, implement, and evaluate innovative curricula.

Students will be able to:

  • Apply critical, reflexive, and creative thinking skills in the design, development, implementation, and evaluation of innovative curricula.
  • Apply their skills and competencies in the process, development, and implementation of the curriculum in various academic organizations to articulate innovative activities that ensue from the teaching-learning process.
  • Integrate the knowledge and skills needed to effectively develop innovative curricula that result in the continuous improvement of academic achievement.
  • Develop a curricular project to guide the institutional processes that effectively determine the design of academic programs.


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