In 2007, Betty Sparrow Doris '01, was appointed New Mexico Secretary of Labor, a position in which she immediately went to work addressing the state’s industrial and economic needs. A graduate of the Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction program, she brought more than 30 years of experience in workforce management to her new role.
The Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction program is a graduate degree for preschool, elementary, middle level, secondary teachers and college instructors, as well as those who desire to be curriculum developers, corporate trainers and adult educators. Program options range from 36 credit hours to 39 credit hours. See MACI Curriculum and Program Options for details.
Earning your master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction degree at CCU will enhance your philosophy of education as well as your personal worldview, helping you integrate both into your career as an educator.
Courses are typically completed in five-week blocks.
If you're interested in CCU's M.A. in Curriculum and Instruction or other graduate programs in Colorado, fill out the master's degree application or call one of our Enrollment Counselors for more information.