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2023-24 Catalog 
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Masters of Education, Curriculum & Instruction (MEd)

  • Program Code: 5056MED with Emphasis in 5057 (Curriculum & Instruction)

  • CIPC: 131201

Admission Requirements

Curriculum and Instruction: The Master of Education with an emphasis in Curriculum and Instruction is designed for candidates seeking more in-depth knowledge and skill for classroom instruction. In addition to foundation courses, students may select from a variety of electives including courses leading to license endorsements. Candidates will complete a classroom or school-based project as a culminating experience. The following items are required:

  1. Admission to Weber State University and application for the GSE Program.

  2. Payment of the GSE program application fee.

  3. Verification of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution.

  4. Official transcripts from all institutions attended.

  5. Recommendation forms (3).

  6. Minimum GPA of 3.00 either cumulative or on the last 60 semester hours (90 quarter hours) of approved undergraduate/graduate coursework.

  7. Writing proficiency assessment with a minimum score of 4 out of 6.

  8. Interview with Graduate Studies in Education faculty members with a score of 4 out of 6.

Additional Requirements for International Students

  • Please seek advisement/assistance from WSU’s International Student and Scholar Center at 801-626-6853 or sis@weber.edu

  • TOEFL score of 223 (computer-based) or 85 (internet-based) or IELTS 6.5 or Duolingo 120.
  • Oral language proficiency assessment.

  • Weber State University-accepted bachelor’s degree.

  • Courses evaluated into the equivalent of American credits and letter grades.

Contact WSU International Student Services Office and submission of a WSU International Student Application and a Graduate Financial Guarantee form.

GPA Requirements for all MEd Students

Following admission to the MEd program, students must maintain a 3.0 cumulative grade point average. Students must earn at least a B- in all foundation classes.  Coursework in which Ds, Es, or UWs are earned is unacceptable and could result in removal from the program if the problem persists.

Course Requirements

The 36 credit-hour program of study consists of 9 credit-hours foundation requirement, 12 credit-hours professional core requirement, 9 credit hours of graduate electives, and 6 credit-hours to complete a master’s project/thesis.

Electives (9)

Electives must be graduate level (i.e. 6000 level credit) and may be selected from offerings in professional education, discipline areas, or specialized courses leading to endorsements.