Instructional Specialist Concentration
Classes start May 27 | Apply by May 13
The online Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction, Instructional Specialist Concentration, prepares teachers to refine, reform, or develop curricula and instruction for themselves and their peers.
Offered through the nationally accredited College of Education, this degree brings together courses from integrating technology in the classroom to multicultural and social justice education. Meanwhile, dynamic online learning environments allow you to connect with peers to exchange perspectives and ideas.
Concentration work leads to the achievement of Louisiana Department of Education Instructional Coach Endorsement.
- 100% online.
- Accelerated 8-week courses.
- Affordable flat-rate tuition for all online program students.
- No GRE required.
- Enroll in August, October, January, March, or June.
- 24-month program.
Online Student Resources
- 24/7 technical support, online library services, and more.
- Degree path guidance from a dedicated academic advisor.
- Financial aid representatives specifically for online students.
- UL Lafayette Office of Career Services.
We offer affordable, flat-rate tuition for all of our 100% online degree programs. Graduate programs are $480 per credit hour. The online Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction, Instructional Specialist concentration, is 36 credit hours.
Tuition for this program is $17,280.
This cost does not include course or lab fees.
Because our online degree programs are accredited, students may also apply for financial aid.
Through the Curriculum and Instruction online program, you’ll be prepared to advise administrators, teachers and other professional personnel in planning and implementing effective educational programs.
Curriculum & Courses
This program is offered 100% online with accelerated, 8-week courses.
Courses cover research methods to impact learning, diversity for educators, instructional technology, issues in K-12, advanced teaching strategies, and leading teacher learning.
You must complete 36 hours to earn your degree.
Admissions Deadlines & Requirements
Begin your courses in January, March, May, August, or October. Apply as soon as possible to enroll for the next term.