Master of Education in CIS

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CIS Praxis Update:  The new test is # 0411/5411 (scores of 145 needed) which replaces the old 0410 test (590 score needed).  For further information about our tests, please visit the University testing services link.

Contact Information

Program Coordinator

Dr. Scott Imig
(910) 962-3774
cis@uncw.edu

Watson College of Education
University of North Carolina
Wilmington
601 South College Road
Wilmington, NC 28403-5980

Welcome to the M.Ed in Curriculum, Instruction and Supervision Website

The M.Ed. program in Curriculum, Instruction and Supervision is designed to provide advanced study to prepare graduates to be effective school and district level curriculum and instructional leaders, and is appropriate for classroom teachers, building administrators, teacher educators, and other personnel who play a supervisory role in the professional development of others.

Did You Know?

  • The CIS M.Ed. and add-on licensure programs can be completed entirely online.
  • Did you know that if you are Nationally Board Certified it can count as 3 credits toward your Masters in CIS?
  • An add on licensure in CIS can be achieved in as few as 4 to 6 classes

Graduates of the CIS Program will:

  1. Be reflective practitioners.
  2. Integrate social justice principles into practice.
  3. Investigate, refine and integrate global education in their practice.
  4. Use critical thinking, appropriate technology and problem solving skills to foster creativity and innovation.
  5. Assess and discern effective application of curriculum models, instructional practices and supervisory strategies.
  6. Promote continuous, lifelong learning in self, students, colleagues and the community.
  7. Advocate for appropriate and supportive working conditions for teachers and students.
  8. Produce research-based, data-driven practices for teachers and schools.

Welcome from a UNCW CIS Graduate



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