School of Education

M.S. Ed. in Teaching, Learning and Curriculum (Online)

The MSEd in Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum offers instruction in current and innovative practices being explored in the fields of teaching and curriculum. This program may be of special interest to those in education aspiring to advanced positions and leadership roles.

As a student in this program, you gain the knowledge, skills, and experience necessary to design a curriculum that demonstrates equitable learning opportunities for all learners. You critically analyze research-based practices and their effectiveness across multiple contexts. You design and implement an empirical study on teaching, learning, and curriculum. You synthesize information and evidence to make informed decisions regarding effective, ethical pedagogy. 

This 100 percent online program is taught by IU Bloomington, IU East, IUPUI, IUPUC, IU Kokomo, IU Northwest, IU South Bend, and IU Southeast. This consortial model allows you to take coursework from several campuses and learn from a wide range of faculty.

Degree Requirements

To earn an MSEd in Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum, you must complete 30 credit hours. 

Requirements are broken down as follows:

  • Core courses and capstone course (18 credits)
  • Track courses (12 credits)

Students may choose among the following tracks: 

  • Early childhood care and education
  • STEM and arts innovations
  • Teacher leadership and instructional coaching
  • Educating exceptional leaders

For more information see Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum, MSEd: Online Degrees: Online Degree Programs: Indiana University (

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