Prepare for a leadership role in education.
If you are ready to advance in your teaching career and take on a leadership role such as curriculum coordinator or assessment coordinator, consider Ursuline's master's program in Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment.
In addition to school teachers, the audience for this program includes corporate trainers and others who provide instruction outside of the traditional K-12 system.
During the master's program in Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment, you can complete a certificate in School Improvement Planning through Data Analysis to further develop your professional skills in areas such as data analysis, assessments, reporting, and more.
- Learn how to use high-quality student data (HQSD) to inform instruction, guide instructional decisions and meet student learning needs.
- Develop your expertise in value-added reporting, state diagnostic reporting, graduation and early warning systems.
- Utilize the OTES 2.0 professional growth model to assist educators in enhancing teacher performance.
- Earning this certificate ensures you have the content knowledge to be a successful member of the Ohio Education Data Professionals Network.
Students applying for admission must meet the general requirements for graduate admission.
Careers: Master of Arts in Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment
Graduates of the program enjoy careers in elementary schools, middle schools, high schools and educational office administration. More than 300 Ursuline graduates currently serve and lead as administrators in Northeast Ohio school districts.
- Curriculum and Instruction Administrator
- Curriculum and Instruction Analyst
- School Principal
- Assistant Principal
- Dean of Students
- Coordinator of Student Activities
- Pre-School Program Director
- Special Education Supervisor
- Special Education Coordinator
- Department Chairperson
- Subject Area Coordinator