Master of Science in Curriculum Instruction Non-Thesis (MS)

To be considered for admission to the Master of Science in Curriculum & Instruction, the applicant must fulfill the following requirements:

  1. Submit an online application via to the TAMIU Graduate School.
  2. Pay the application fee.
  3. Submit official transcripts from all colleges/universities attended. Official transcripts from TAMIU do not need to be submitted.
  4. Minimum 2.75 GPA in the last 60 SCH required.
  5. Submit verification of minimum scaled scores on the Test of English as a Foreign Language internet- Based Test (TOEFL iBT) of 79 or International English Language Testing System (IELTS) to evidence English language proficiency if your undergraduate or graduate degree was not earned at an accredited institution of higher education in the United States or at an institution of higher education in a country outside of the United States as listed
  6. Complete the College of Education application if seeking certification.
  7. Submit the FERPA Form if seeking certification.
  8. Submit the Code of Ethics Form if seeking certification.
  9. Complete the Texas A&M International College of Education On-line Screening Survey (students seeking admission into the EPP must complete the survey within the first 30 days of their admittance).
Major Curriculum
EDCI 5313Foundations of Curriculum3
EDCI 5316Social&Cultural Studies of Ed3
EDCI 5317Evaluation of Curr&Inst3
EDCI 5319Adv Theories for Learning3
EDCI 5321Collegial Coaching&Mentoring3
EDGR 5320Foundatns of Ed Research3
Select 15 SCH at the graduate level in consultation with academic advisor from one of the areas listed below:15
Bilingual Education (online delivery)
Hist&Phil of Bil Education
Bil Oral Lang Assessment & Dev
Bil/Multicult Teach Strategies
Teaching Engl as a Second Lang
Teach Read&Lang Arts Bil Set
Educational Administration
School Administration
Organization&Eval Curriculum
Public School Law
Adv Probs in Supervision
Reading (online delivery) *
Select one course from:
Theoretical Models&Proc Rdg
Theory&Prac of Early Rdg Dev
Design, Imp&Eval of Rdg Prog
Adv Diag Reading Difficulties
Prac in Diagnosis&Rem of Rdg
Professional Preparation Sem
Special Education
Evid-Based Prac for Stu w/Dis
Spe Ed Law&Ethical Resp
Iss in Dis throughout Lifespan
Clsrm&Beh Mang Excptl Chld
Total Semester Credit Hours33