Curriculum and Instruction (MSEd)

Curriculum and Instruction
Master of Science in Education
This master’s program is designed to prepare educators to bring a deep professional knowledge and expertise to teach all learners in inclusive settings. Our curriculum focuses on equipping students with the skills to provide high quality, expert instruction for the full range of students. 
Nationally Accredited

Our small class sizes enable individual attention, which is crucial in pedagogical development. We are proud to say that the small class sizes do not sacrifice quality, as the program is housed in SUNY Oswego's nationally accredited School of Education.


The Curriculum and Instruction Program meets the most current NYS professional certification requirements. These requirements include the completion of twelve credits of graduate content related coursework linking pedagogy to content.

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Admission requirements
Initial Teaching Certification
Program advisement meeting
GRE test scores
(if GPA Is lower than 2.7)
Purpose Statement
Indicate your purpose for applying to this master’s degree program. Identify any particular area of interest within the major field you are applying to, your plans for future occupation and/or profession and any additional information which may be of help in evaluating your preparation and your fitness for graduate study at SUNY Oswego.
Two letters of recommendation
Education Essay
Application deadline
October 1 for Spring admission
March 1 for Summer or Fall admission
Length of program
30 credit hours
Application Fee
$65 application fee
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Thurman Nassoiy graduated from the Curriculum & Instruction program in 2003, launching a dynamic career in the field of education.
Thurman Nassoiy grasped onto the concept of "teaching for social justice" as a graduate student at SUNY Oswego, now he applies the concept statewide throughout the education system in Texas as a major player in the field.