SAN DIEGO, July 11, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The Ashford University College of Education has launched a new Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction program. The online program is designed to prepare students for instruction and curriculum development that meets the diverse needs of today's learners. The degree program is now accepting students.
The MA in Curriculum and Instruction program is designed to fit the needs of modern education. Graduates will be able to integrate technology into education, create student-centered learning opportunities, appraise curricula, develop education leaders, and be the agent of change in the world of education.
"The Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction program is an excellent program for aspiring leaders in curriculum development," said Dr. Tony Farrell, executive dean of the College of Education at Ashford University. "Whether you work in a PK-12 environment or in corporate training and development, this program provides a path for educators to advance their knowledge and skills in designing and adapting curriculum and instruction for the 21st century."
For more information about the new Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction degree, please visit the degrees page at www.ashford.edu/online-degrees/education/master-of-arts-curriculum-instruction.
About Ashford University
Where heritage meets innovation – that's Ashford University. At Ashford, students discover relevant degree programs, innovative technology, and cherished tradition. Ashford offers associates, bachelor's, and master's degree programs online, allowing students to balance life by providing the flexibility to do school work anywhere, anytime. For more information, please visit www.ashford.edu, www.facebook.com/ashforduniversity, or www.twitter.com/AshfordU.
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