Program Coordinator Greeting
Welcome to the Curriculum & Instruction Leadership program!
Our students come to study with us locally and from all over the United States and internationally. They also represent a diverse array of backgrounds and experiences. This 30-hour flexible online graduate Master of Education (MEd) degree in Curriculum and Instruction Leadership offers a practical framing of coursework that yields transformative teacher and education leaders, preparing them to impact a variety of local and global contexts, while also becoming agents of change in their own school communities.
Learners choose coursework from four areas of emphasis (Curriculum, Leadership, Literacy, and TESOL) and learn from experienced education professionals who bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the virtual classroom setting. The program provides learners a direct path to becoming leaders in education, impacting individual students, entire classrooms, and whole communities.
– Dr. Kelly Sutherland
This online, 30-credit program is designed to advance your skills in the latest techniques in classroom instruction and curriculum design.
Learning from seasoned professors who have years of real-world experience, you’ll enhance your abilities and develop strategies and concepts necessary for maximum impact as an educator. Learn the latest techniques in classroom instruction and curriculum design that will empower you to embrace your calling as a leader.
- Customize your experience by choosing educational courses specific to your interests.
- Take advantage of our Teaching English as a Second Language program option.
- Enjoy courses that are delivered fully online.
- Develop a professional mentoring relationship with seasoned professors who have real-world teaching experience.
Program start dates:
Connect with Bill Shackelford, Enrollment Coordinator, for more information.
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Career OpportunitiesEvangel’s academic programs are designed specifically to prepare you for a career in the real world. But it’s more than just job preparation; it’s preparing you to make a full impact in your profession through the unique combination of faith and learning.
Suzie Thomason, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Education, Coordinator of Graduate Literacy Program and Undergraduate Early Childhood Program
Matt Stringer, Ed.D.
Associate Professor, Coordinator of Graduate Educational Leadership Program
Kelly Sutherland, Ed.D.
Professor of Education, Coordinator of Graduate Curriculum & Instruction Leadership Program
Susan Langston, Ed.D.
Professor of Education; Coordinator of Doctoral Educational Leadership, Curriculum, & Instruction Program
Andrea Hughes, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Literacy, Coordinator of Elementary Education Program