script

M.Ed. in Education Curriculum & Instruction

Drury University > Graduate Studies > Master in Education Programs > M.Ed. in Education Curriculum & Instruction

M.Ed. in Elementary Education


Program Advisor: Dr. Gail Slye
Office: St. Robert
Phone: (573) 451-2400
E-Mail: gslye@drury.edu

A graduate degree in Curriculum and Instruction extends and enhances the abilities of the modern educator. A focus on improved curriculum development and delivery of instruction is combined with academic literacy and research skills to support the teacher’s pursuit of excellence.

Current Drury undergraduate students may apply for a 4+1 accelerated version of the M.Ed Curriculum and Instruction (Elementary, Middle, or Secondary) degree so that their program of study is started during their undergraduate program and completed in one year upon completion of the undergraduate program. Students must meet specific eligibility criteria (available upon request from advisors or the College of Graduate Studies). Once eligibility is confirmed and the application approved, the student must meet with an advisor for an individualized program of study.


This degree program consists of 33 credit hours.

This M.Ed. degree may be completed 100% online. However, those seeking this degree in conjunction with a post-baccalaureate K-12 teaching certification must also successfully complete in-person practicum and student teaching experiences required by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.

M.Ed. in Middle School Education


This degree program consists of 33 credit hours. 

This M.Ed. degree may be completed 100% online. However, those seeking this degree in conjunction with a post-baccalaureate K-12 teaching certification must also successfully complete in-person practicum and student teaching experiences required by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.

M.Ed. in Secondary Education


Program Advisor: Dr. Ginney Norton
Office: Lay Hall, Room 203
Phone: (417) 873-7377
E-Mail: gnorton@drury.edu

This degree program consists of 33 credit hours. 

This M.Ed. degree may be completed 100% online. However, those seeking this degree in conjunction with a post-baccalaureate K-12 teaching certification must also successfully complete in-person practicum and student teaching experiences required by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.