Graduate Catalog
2019-2020
 
Policies, Procedures, Academic Programs
Education, Curriculum and Instruction
College of Liberal Arts & Human Sciences
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Degree(s) Offered:
• EdS
EdS Degree in Education, Curriculum and Instruction
Minimum GPA: 3.0
Offered In:
Blacksburg
• EdD
EdD Degree in Education, Curriculum and Instruction
Minimum GPA: 3.0
Offered In:
Blacksburg
• MAEd
MAEd Degree in Education, Curriculum and Instruction
Minimum GPA: 3.0
Offered In:
Blacksburg
Virtual
• PhD
PhD Degree in Education, Curriculum and Instruction
Minimum GPA: 3.0
Offered In:
Blacksburg
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Web Resource(s):
Phone Number(s):
540/231-8180
Application Deadlines:
Fall: Aug 01
Spring: Jan 01
Summer I: May 01
Summer II: Jun 01
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Graduate Program Director : Nancy Bodenhorn
Emeriti Faculty: Susan Asselin; John Burton; Daisy Cartwright; Patricia Kelly; Susan Magliaro; David Moore; Mark Sanders; Thomas Sherman; Richard Stratton; Josiah Tlou; Terry Wildman
Professors: Bonnie Billingsley; Katherine Cennamo; Peter Doolittle; James Garrison; George Glasson; David Hicks; Glen Holmes; Brett Jones; Barbara Lockee; Heidi Mesmer; H Sutphin; John Wells; Jesse Wilkins
Associate Professors: Amy Azano; Mary Barksdale; Brenda Brand; Bettibel Kreye; William Price; Trevor Stewart; Gresilda Tilley-Lubbs; Catherine Ulrich; Thomas Williams
Assistant Professors: Bradley Bowen; Kenneth Potter; Takumi Sato
Visiting Faculty: Alicia Johnson
Affiliated Faculty: Liesl Baum Walker; Thomas Broyles; Charles Burnsed; Edward Ewing; John Moore; Rickie Rudd; James Washenberger
Instructor(s): Kenneth Potter
Assistant Professor of Practice: Donna Fogelsong

Education, Curriculum and Instruction Introduction

The Curriculum and Instruction graduate degrees are offered by 13 programs in the School of Education. Listed below is contact information for all of the programs, followed by degree information for the programs that use the Curriculum and Instruction degrees. The Career and Technical Education (CTE) program has its own Master's Degree and is described in a different section.

Career and Technical Education
Program Leader: Bill Price (wprice@vt.edu, 540-231-7390)
Website: www.soe.vt.edu/cte/index.html
(See Career and Technical Education for Masters degree information.)

Educational Psychology
Program Leader: Brett Jones (jones1@vt.edu, 540-231-8328)
Website: www.soe.vt.edu/edpsych/index.html

Elementary Education
Program Leader: Donna Fogelsong (donnafogelsong@vt.edu, 540-231-8466)
Website: www.soe.vt.edu/elementaryed/index.html 

English Education
Program Leader: Trevor Stewart (ttstew@vt.edu), 540-231-8335)
Website: http://www.soe.vt.edu/englished/index.html

Foundations of Education
Program Leader: Jim Garrision (wesley@vt.edu, 540-231-8331)
Website: https://liberalarts.vt.edu/departments-and-schools/school-of-education/academic-programs/foundations-of-education.html

History and Social Science Education
Program Leader: David Hicks (hicks@vt.edu, 540-231-8332)
Website: http://www.soe.vt.edu/socialstudiesed/

Instructional Design and Technology
Program Leader: Ken Potter (kpotter@vt.edu, 144 Smyth Hall, 540-231-7039)
Website: www.soe.vt.edu/idt/index.html

Integrative STEM Education
Program Leader:  John G. Wells, (jgwells@vt.edu, 540-231-8471) Web site: https://tinyurl.com/VT-I-STEM-ED

Mathematics Education

Program Leader: Jay Wilkins (wilkins@vt.edu,  540-231-8326)

Program Leader, Secondary Licensure in Mathematics: Betti Kreye (bkreye@vt.edu, 540-231-8348)

Website: http://www.mathed.soe.vt.edu/

Music Education
Program Leader: Nancy Bodenhorn (nanboden@vt.edu, 540-231-8180
Website: https://liberalarts.vt.edu/departments-and-schools/school-of-education/academic-programs/music-education.html

Reading Specialist/Literacy
Program Coordinator: Heidi Anne Mesmer (hamesmer@vt.edu, 540-231-8343)
Website:https://liberalarts.vt.edu/departments-and-schools/school-of-education/academic-programs/reading-specialist.html

Science Education
Program Leader: George Glasson (glassong@vt.edu, 540-231-8346)
Website: http://www.soe.vt.edu/scied/

Special Education
Program Leader: Thomas Williams (thwilli1@vt.edu, 540-231-8337)

Educational Psychology

Program Leader: Brett Jones (jones1@vt.edu, 540-231-8328)
Web site: http://www.soe.vt.edu/edpsych/index.html

Educational psychologists study the variables that influence what and how people learn. The field of educational psychology is very broad and inclusive; for example, educational psychologists investigate strategies to improve teaching, effective methods to present ideas, factors that impact motivation, ways to accurately measure learning and achievement, and practices to create effective learning environments. In this broad discipline, we employ many investigative strategies including both quantitative and qualitative procedures. Educational psychologists generally focus on increasing learning achievement by investigating the relationships between learners, teachers, and content in applied settings such as classrooms. However, most educational psychologists also contribute to establishing sound theories that guide improvements in teaching and learning practices. The guiding commitment of educational psychology is to use sound scientific methods to ensure valid findings that contribute to increased understanding of human learning.

Ph.D. in Curriculum & Instruction with a specialization in Educational Psychology
The Doctor of Philosophy degree consists of a minimum of 90 hours of graduate study oriented to developing expertise in investigative methods and evidence analysis and focused studies in a scholarly area of interest such as multimedia learning, motivation, school learning, and other issues involving learning in applied settings such as classrooms. The Doctor of Philosophy program is tailored to each student in order to provide the best experience and preparation. All students have opportunities to teach educational psychology, to participate in ongoing research with faculty, and to enter into an active community of scholars.
90 hours of course work is required.

M.A. in Curriculum & Instruction with a specialization in Educational Psychology
The Master of Arts degree consists of 30 hours of course work in the areas of educational psychology, research methods, and general education issues.   The Master of Arts in Educational Psychology is appropriate for students working toward continued graduate study (such as a Ph.D.), practicing teachers, or others interested in learning more about teaching and learning processes (such as coaches or those who teach in informal settings).   Advising for this degree is individualized to meet students' unique interests and needs.

Please see the Educational Psychology web site for specific requirements for all degrees.

Elementary Education

Program Leader: Donna Fogelsong (donnafogelsong@vt.edu, 540-231-8466)
Web site: http://www.soe.vt.edu/elementaryed/index.html

Master's Degree
The Elementary Education Program at Virginia Tech offers a Master's degree program that prepares students to become licensed elementary teachers (PK-6) in the state of Virginia. Elementary Education is a full-time, one year program offered on the Blacksburg campus only. MAED students must take 52 graduate hours of coursework. Extensive field experiences and student teaching are included in public schools in Montgomery County and Roanoke City.

Doctoral Degree
The Elementary Education faculty members currently offer a doctoral degree program in Curriculum and Instruction. This Ph.D. program can include emphasis or specialization in: (a) Elementary Education PK-6, (b) Reading/Literacy, and/or (c) Teacher Education. Students are prepared for teaching and research positions in academic environments such as colleges, universities, and school districts. These programs provide a context for graduate education that is rigorous, collegial, and cooperative. Ph.D. students must take a minimum 96 hours of coursework beyond the bachelor's degree.

Please see the Elementary Education web site for specific requirements for all degrees.

English Education


Program Leader: Trevor Thomas Stewart (
ttstew@vt.edu), 540-231-8335) Web site: http://www.soe.vt.edu/englished/index.html


The English Education programs at Virginia Tech blend traditional issues of teaching writing, language and literature with newly emerging practices and research in English Education and adolescent literacy. Coursework includes a focus on culture, dialogue, new literacies, multimodal technologies, and teaching and learning in 21st century classrooms. The English Education program offers:
1. A graduate licensure program in which students earn a Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction with a postgraduate professional license for English (grades 6-12).

2. A Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in English Education.

Master's in Curriculum and Instruction (MAEd) in English Education (with Postgraduate Professional Licensure in English, 6-12):
This program is designed for students interested in teaching middle or high school English, grades 6-12, who have successfully completed an undergraduate major in English or otherwise meets State DOE requirement of 36 hours beyond freshman English. The MAED in English Education includes a combination of graduate coursework (e.g., educational foundations, methods of teaching English, instructional technology, and English) and fieldwork (e.g., a 3-hour early field internship during the fall semester and a 9-hour student teaching internship during the spring semester).  Students admitted to the program are required to complete 9-12 hours of coursework before beginning the early field internship. The program requires a minimum of 15-18 months to complete. There is also a two-year option. Instead of a thesis, students complete a hearing/defense of an electronic portfolio depicting their growth and development throughout the program.  

Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction
The School of Education at Virginia Tech offers a doctoral program in Curriculum and Instruction with emphasis in English Education. The doctoral program emphasizes the following strands of research pertaining to English Education:

  • The study of literature and writing in grades 6-12
  • Dialogic pedagogy
  • Place-based pedagogy
  • Adolescent literacy
  • Critical literacy
  • New literacies and adolescent learning

Please see the English Education web site for specific requirements for all degrees.

https://liberalarts.vt.edu/departments-and-schools/school-of-education/academic-programs/english-education.html


Foundations of Education

Program Leader: Jim Garrision (wesley@vt.edu, 540-231-8331)
Web site: https://liberalarts.vt.edu/departments-and-schools/school-of-education/academic-programs/foundations-of-education.html

Students in the Foundations of Education program acquire not only theory and research skills, but also tools that enable critique and creative responses to the social, cultural, political, and economic issues that surround the cultural reproduction of schooling. The Ph.D. is the only degree offered in this program.

Ph.D students must take at least 69 hours of postmaster's credits, of which 30 hours may be dissertation hours. Please see the Foundations of Education web site for specific requirements.

History and Social Science Education

Program Leader: David Hicks (hicks@vt.edu, 540-231-8332)
Web site: http://www.soe.vt.edu/socialstudiesed/

 
The History and Social Science (Social Studies) education program at Virginia Tech is designed to prepare reflective teachers who are ready, willing, and able to facilitate the type of systematic, critical literacy work that is a vital part of preparing 21st century citizens to become thoughtful and nuanced readers of the word and the world, both past and present.

The History and Social Science (Social Studies) Education program at Virginia Tech offers:

  • A one-year graduate licensure program in which students earn a Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction with Commonwealth of Virginia postgraduate professional license for History and Social Science (social studies) 6-12.
  • A Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis on History and Social Science Education
  • A Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis on History and Social Science Education (social studies education).

The History and Social Science Program has strong ties to the graduate program in the Department of History and students interested in teaching at the secondary school level may consider dual enrollment in the  MA licensure program in History and Social Science Education and the MA program in History (https://liberalarts.vt.edu/departments-and-schools/department-of-history/academic-programs/master-of-arts-in-history.html).

  
Students in the master's program must take a minimum of 30 credits of coursework, with a 9-credit internship for those receiving teaching licensure. Students in the Ph.D. program must take a minimum of 90 credits, including 30 credits for the dissertation.

Please see the History and Social Science Education web site for specific requirements for all degrees.

 

Instructional Design and Technology

Program Leader: Ken Potter (kpotter@vt.edu, 144 Smyth Hall, 540-231-7039) Web site: http://www.soe.vt.edu/idt/index.html

Instructional Design and Technology (IDT) is a field dedicated to applying what is empirically understood about how humans learn to the design, development, implementation, and evaluation of learning and performance support products, processes, and environments. Instructional technologists understand and leverage technologies as product (for example, a Web-based course for distant learners or print-based job-aids for the workplace) and process (for example, an iterative and formative approach to learner assessment). Instructional technologists practice their unique, multidisciplinary profession in a variety of settings including industry, PreK-12 schools, higher education, and government.

Graduates of the masters and education specialist programs find themselves applying their expertise in a variety of rewarding, professional venues; for example, as instructional designers, trainers, or performance consultants in industrial settings and as teachers or technology coordinators in PreK-12 settings.

The Master's degree program requires a minimum of 30 semester credit hours. Courses are offered on the Blacksburg campus or online and the program may be completed in as few as one or as many as five years of graduate study. Requirements for a Master's degree include coursework and the successful defense of a professional portfolio.

The Education Specialist (Ed.S.) degree is an online, post-master's program for professionals who seek advanced preparation to broaden their understanding of complex professional issues, strengthen their ability to conduct systematic inquiry on their practice, and provide leadership for their institutions. In this program, candidates are expected to attain: (a) a broad and systematic understanding of professional education, (b) a definitive knowledge of a particular field of specialization, and (c) ability to integrate and apply theoretical concepts of education in an actual educational context. This program is designed for the accomplished, experienced practitioner with specific professional aspirations. It is not designed for those who which to pursue a research emphasis as a prelude to doctoral study.

The Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) degree requires a minimum of 90 credit hours including 12 credit hours of research coursework and 24 credit hours of dissertation. Minimum course requirements are the same for Ed.D and Ph.D. students. One year of residency is required for the Ed.D. degree. Resident full-time study for Ed.D. may be satisfied in two consecutive semesters or one semester and summer session or with two consecutively attended summer sessions.

The Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree requires a minimum of 90 credit hours including 12 hours of research coursework and 30 credit hours of dissertation. Minimum course requirements are the same for Ed.D and Ph.D. students. The Ph.D. requires two years of residency. Resident full-time study for Ph.D. students must be satisfied in two consecutive academic years (excluding summers).

The IDT program is affiliated with the Center for Instructional Technology Solutions in Industry and Education (CITSIE). CITSIE is a research and development center with a focus in the following areas:

  • Design, development, and evaluation of learning experiences
  • Distance learning
  • Health promotion
  • Preparation of instructional technology professionals
  • Innovations in technology

The Center's mission is to provide instructional technology research and outreach in cooperation with clients and partners in:

  • Community health settings,
  • K-12 education,
  • Higher education, as well as other
  • Private sector, non-profit, and government settings.

Please see the Instructional Design and Technology web site for specific requirements for all degrees.

 



Integrative STEM Education

Program Leader: John G. Wells, (jgwells@vt.edu, 540-231-8471)
Web site:
https://tinyurl.com/VT-I-STEM-ED

In the fall of 2005 the Technology Education program at Virginia Tech embraced a bold new paradigm and vision for preparing 21st Century educators. Launched spring semester 2006, Virginia Tech became the first institution in the US to offer an Integrative Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Education Graduate Program as a new model of graduate preparation uniquely designed to focus on investigating and applying new integrative approaches to STEM education. “Integrative STEM Education is operationally defined as the application of technological/engineering design based pedagogical approaches to intentionally teach content and practices of science and mathematics education through the content and practices of technology/engineering education. Integrative STEM Education is equally applicable at the natural intersections of learning within the continuum of content areas, educational environments, and academic levels” (Wells & Ernst, 2012/2015). Several graduate degree options (Graduate Certificate, Master of Arts, Education Specialist, Doctor of Education, and Doctor of Philosophy) are available for developing 21st century P-16 STEM educators, leaders, scholars, and researchers prepared to investigate, teach, and disseminate new integrative approaches to STEM teaching and learning. The focus of our graduate program uniquely sets us apart from other STEM and/or STEM education programs. Integrative STEM Education (I-STEM ED) is wholly consistent with, and is an exemplar of, the recommendations set forth in the seminal STEM education reform publications of the past two decades, including Science for All Americans, Benchmarks for Science Literacy, Principles and Standards for School Mathematics, Common Core State Standards, Next Generation Science Standards, Standards for Technological Literacy, and Educating the Engineer of 2020. The integrative STEM education pedagogies promoted in our program are technological/engineering design-based learning (T/E DBL©) exemplars, and well-grounded in the findings of three decades of cognitive science research.

The full complement of Integrative STEM Education Core Courses is offered both F2F (face-to-face) on the Virginia Tech Campus and synchronously via a Video-Based Audio/Video web platform:

  • EDCI 5814: I-STEM Education Pedagogy
  • EDCI 5804: I-STEM Education Foundations
  • EDCI 5834: I-STEM Education Research
  • EDCI 5824: I-STEM Education Trends & Issues
  • EDIC 5854: Biotechnology Literacy by Design
  • EDCI 5844: I-STEM Education Graduate Seminar
  • EDCI 5774: Readings in Technology Education
  • EDCI 5964: I-STEM Education Field Study

 Integrative STEM Education Graduate Certificate and Degree Options

Graduate Certificate: 12 graduate semester hours (of Integrative STEM Education core courses) that prepare educators and leaders to teach and/or facilitate new integrative approaches in STEM education. Core courses for the Graduate Certificate are EDCI 5814, 5804, 5774, and either 5854 or 5824), all of which are offered both F2F on the VT campus and synchronously via a Video-Based Audio/Video web platform.

Master of Arts Degree: A program primarily for K-12 STEM educators and related fields that develops 21st Century STEM educators, leaders and scholars by facilitating broader understanding of the intersections among the STEM education disciplines and new integrative approaches for intentional teaching and learning STEM content and practices through T/E Design Based Learning. Core courses for this option are offered both F2F on the VT campus and synchronously via a Video-Based Audio/Video web platform.

Education Specialist (Ed.S.) Degree: A program for those who currently hold a master's degree in Education, STEM Education, and/or STEM fields designed to develop 21st Century STEM educators, leaders, and scholars. Scholar/practitioners in this program expand their understanding of integrative STEM education, investigate curricular connections among the STEM subject areas, and apply integrative T/E Design Based Learning strategies in the development of instructional materials for teaching and learning STEM concepts. Core courses for this option are offered both F2F on the VT campus and synchronously via a Video-Based Audio/Video web platform.

Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) Degree: A doctoral program designed primarily to prepare 21st century K-16 STEM educators, leaders, and scholars for post-secondary teaching, teacher education, professional development, and leadership positions. Residency is required for all doctoral students at Virginia Tech. Residency for the I-STEM ED doctoral degree programs (PhD and EdD) can be achieved by completing two consecutive semesters of full-time enrollment (12 graduate credits/semester) on the Virginia Tech campus. The two consecutive semesters of full-time enrollment can be fall and spring, spring and summer, or summer and fall. Core courses for this option are offered both F2F on the VT campus and synchronously via a Video-Based Audio/Video web platform.

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Degree: A doctoral program designed principally to develop 21st Century university-level STEM educators, researchers, scholars, and leaders who wish to conduct research pertaining to teaching and learning, as situated at the intersections of the STEM education disciplines. Residency is required for all doctoral students at Virginia Tech. Residency for the I-STEM ED doctoral degree programs (PhD and EdD) can be achieved by completing two consecutive semesters of full-time enrollment (12 graduate credits/semester) on the Virginia Tech campus. The two consecutive semesters of full-time enrollment can be fall and spring, spring and summer, or summer and fall. Core courses for this option are offered both F2F on the VT campus and synchronously via a Video-Based Audio/Video web platform.

Refer to the Integrative STEM Education web site (
https://tinyurl.com/VT-I-STEM-ED) for specific requirements of all degrees.

Mathematics Education

Program Leader: Jay Wilkins (wilkins@vt.edu, 540-231-8326)

 Program Leader, Secondary Licensure in Mathematics: Betti Kreye (bkreye@vt.edu, 540-231-8348)

Web site: http://www.mathed.soe.vt.edu

The Mathematics Education program at Virginia Tech unites faculty and students from both the School of Education and the Mathematics Department. The diversity of our backgrounds and interests contributes to a dynamic mathematics education program. Our research covers a diverse array of areas related to mathematics curriculum, instruction, and learning as it relates to K-12 students as well as in-service and pre-service teachers.

The Master of Arts degree requires a minimum of 30 hours of coursework, but may require more hours depending on the program.

The Ph.D. and Ed.D. require the successful completion of a qualifying exam, preliminary exam, prospectus, and the final defense of the dissertation.

Please see the Mathematics Education web site for specific requirements for all degrees.

 


Music Education

Program Leader: Nancy Bodenhorn (nanboden@vt.edu, 540-231-8180)
Web site: https://liberalarts.vt.edu/departments-and-schools/school-of-education/academic-programs/music-education/licensure-music-choral-or-instrumental.html


The Music Teacher Certification program offers:

  • A graduate licensure program in which students earn a Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction with a postgraduate professional license for Music, Choral or Instrumental (Grades K-12).
The Music Education program at Virginia Tech combines a comprehensive preparation in music with extensive field and laboratory experiences in music education. Contemporary educational thought and the best of music education practice are provided for each level of K-12 music education.


Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction for Preservice Teachers, with Postgraduate Professional Licensure in Music (Choral or Instrumental) Grades K-12
This program is designed for students interested in teaching elementary, middle, or high school music, who have successfully completed an undergraduate major in music. The MAED in Music Education is a 30-hour program, including 18 hours of graduate coursework (e.g., educational foundations, methods of teaching music, instructional technology, and education psychology) and 12 hours of fieldwork (in the form of a 3-credit early field internship during the fall semester and a 9-credit student teaching internship during the spring semester). The program also offers opportunities for dual endorsements in both Choral and Instrumental tracks for interested and qualified candidates. The program is NCATE approved and meets the Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (INTASC) guidelines.

Please see the Music Education web site for specific requirements for all degrees.

Reading Specialist/Literacy

Program Coordinator: Heidi Anne Mesmer (hamesmer@vt.edu, 540-231-8343)
Web site:https://liberalarts.vt.edu/departments-and-schools/school-of-education/academic-programs/reading-specialist.html

The Reading Specialist Program at Virginia Tech is a Master's or Educational Specialist Degree Program that prepares experienced teachers to earn endorsement in the Commonwealth of Virginia as Reading Specialists. This K-12 endorsement enables successful candidates to work as reading specialists at elementary, middle, or high schools.

To be eligible for consideration, applicants must meet the following requirements:
  • Have three years of teaching experience by the completion of the program.
  • Hold a baccalaureate degree.
  • Have a minimum GPA of 3.0 in the last 60 credit hours of undergraduate academic work.
Application process:
1. Complete an admission packet to the Graduate School: http://www.grads.vt.edu/
2. Submit three letters of recommendation.
3. Submit a writing sample that verifies the applicant's advanced writing skills. (Statement of professional goals)

Please see the Reading Specialist/Literacy web site for specific requirements for all degrees.

Science Education

Program Leader: George Glasson (glassong@vt.edu, 540-231-8346)
Web site: http://www.soe.vt.edu/scied/

The Virginia Tech Science Education Program is designed to prepare science educators for teaching science through inquiry processes in which students apply their knowledge in real world contexts. Teachers also learn how to facilitate the development of learning environments that motivate and inspire students from diverse backgrounds and experiences. Our science education program is dedicated to preparing scientifically and technologically literate teachers who can make positive contributions in the world.

The Science Education Program offers a Master of Arts in Education program for initial licensure in biology, chemistry, physics, and earth science; a Master of Arts in Education distance learning program for provisionally licensed and licensed teachers; and a doctoral program in science education.

Minimum requirements:
MAED for initial licensure: 39 hours
MAED for provisionally licensed and licensed teachers: 30 hours
Ph.D: 96 hours
Ed.D.: 90 hours

The Science Education Program has laboratory classrooms in 112 Seitz and 1096 Derring Hall.

Please see the Science Education web site for specific requirements for all degrees.

Special Education

Program Leader: Thomas Williams (thwilli1@vt.edu, 540-231-8337)

The Special Education Program supports the teacher licensure programs in the Department of Teaching and Learning as all preservice teachers need knowledge and skills in teaching students with disabilities. However, we do not offer a teaching licensure program in special education or doctoral coursework in special education.

 

Offered In (Blacksburg)

Degree Requirements

Minimum GPA: 3.0
Institution code: 5859
Testing Requirements:
  • TOEFL
    • iBT
      • 90.0
There are M.A., Ed.S., Ed.D. and Ph.D. degrees offered in Curriculum and Instruction. The specific requirements vary among the programs that award these degrees. Please see information on each program included in the Additional Information section and refer to program web sites for specific requirements.
Offered In (Blacksburg)

Degree Requirements

Minimum GPA: 3.0
Institution code: 5859
Testing Requirements:
  • TOEFL
    • iBT
      • 90.0
There are M.A., Ed.S., Ed.D. and Ph.D. degrees offered in Curriculum and Instruction. The specific requirements vary among the programs that award these degrees. Please see information on each program included in the Additional Information section and refer to program web sites for specific requirements.
Offered In (Blacksburg, Virtual)

Degree Requirements

Minimum GPA: 3.0
Institution code: 5859
Testing Requirements:
  • TOEFL
    • iBT
      • 90.0
There are M.A., Ed.S., Ed.D. and Ph.D. degrees offered in Curriculum and Instruction. The specific requirements vary among the programs that award these degrees. Please see information on each program included in the Additional Information section and refer to program web sites for specific requirements.
Offered In (Blacksburg)

Degree Requirements

Minimum GPA: 3.0
Institution code: 5859
Testing Requirements:
  • TOEFL
    • iBT
      • 90.0
  • GRE
    • General
      • Verbal :
      • Quantitative :
      • Analytical :
There are M.A., Ed.S., Ed.D. and Ph.D. degrees offered in Curriculum and Instruction. The specific requirements vary among the programs that award these degrees. Please see information on each program included in the Additional Information section and refer to program web sites for specific requirements.

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