M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction

Get There Your Way

Earn your M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction for $9,500*

Learn how students learn. At American College of Education, you’ll learn how to use data and assessment metrics to improve curriculum and instruction for diverse PreK-12 students.


Online and asynchronous coursework. Study wherever and whenever you want.


5-week courses with predictable expectations each week. Perfect for the working professional.


Three of your courses center around a subject area of your choice. Select your focus of study from ten options, or create your own track by choosing the courses that interest you most.

M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction

Total Cost*


Next Term Start

APRIL 8, 2024

Estimated Time to Completion

17 Months

A Degree You Can Count On

ACE is – and always has been – accredited by Higher Learning Commission,
an accrediting body recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.

Empowered by our students.

Our students share our mission to serve, lead and achieve. Read in their own words why ACE was the right choice for them.

“My ACE program gave me the tools I needed to become a better teacher in real time. I learned concepts that immediately improved my assessments, classroom management, and curriculum design abilities. I have what I need to continue to be a great teacher and leader in my professional communities.” 

LaDai Haywood
M.Ed. in STEM Education

Take your next step with ACE

A Note About Licensure

While this program provides a comprehensive understanding of the intended program outcomes, it does not lead to licensure, certification, or endorsement. ACE offers several programs that do provide a pathway to licensure, certification, or endorsement and they can be found here.

*This is an estimated value of the cost for tuition and fees. Amounts may vary depending on number of transfer credits applied to the selected program hours, the pace and satisfactory completion of the selected program credit hours, the receipt of, or eligibility for, institutional or non-institutional scholarship and/or grant amounts, and adjustments to tuition or fees as described in the Catalog Right to Modify Tuition section.

**Source: https://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/use-the-data

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