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Master of Education

in Curriculum & Instructional Technology

Master of Education in Curriculum & Instructional Technology

Remain at the forefront of your field with this online graduate program.

This specialized Master of Education program at Coker University is designed for educators and professionals who wish to focus on curriculum and instructional technology in an educational setting. Offered in an online format, this advanced degree is attainable for those currently working in the field of education.


  • Cutting-edge curriculum prepares you to make a positive impact on students
  • Allows you to serve in a wide variety of subject areas and educational settings
  • Meets growing demand for instructional technology knowledge in K-12 schools
  • Affordable tuition allows for greater return on investment
  • Online format offers flexibility and focus*

*Students take one three-hour online course every six-week graduate term for 10 consecutive terms.

Key Classes for your success

Diverse Learners and Equitable Learning Environments

This course focuses on the diversity of learners and considers the historical struggle for equity and excellence in educating all students. Concepts of social justice, gender, race, ethnicity, disability, culture, privilege, institutional racism, poverty, and wealth will be examined.

Student Centered Curriculum/Instruction

This course focuses on instruction that places students at the center of learning (e.g. Universal Design, Project Based Learning) to increase motivation, improve retention of knowledge, promote deeper conceptual understanding, and develop more positive attitudes toward the subject(s) being taught.

Exploring and Evaluating Digital Tools for K-12

The primary focus of this course is to introduce the multitude of technology tools, software, and hardware currently used in K-12 classrooms so that informed decisions can be made about the use, purpose, and benefits and disadvantages of using such technology in the classroom. Topics will include: educational computer software, application software, instructional software, and educational hardware.

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  • 100% online program — further your education without pausing your career.
  • Flexible format — complete your coursework on your schedule.
  • Passionate professors — learn from a close-knit community of seasoned instructors.
  • Collaborative nature — group projects provide hands-on leadership experience.
  • A comprehensive approach — earn valuable credentials across functional areas.
  • Competitive cost — because quality education should be affordable and accessible.

Excellence in Teaching Scholarship

Because all great teachers are worthy of our investment, we are offering a scholarship for any Teacher of the Year (past or present) who wants to further his or her education. In addition, two outstanding teachers will receive a full scholarship for their Master of Education at Coker College.



Are you a Coker alum?

Alumni of Coker University get $5000 off of their degree when they return to Coker, starting in 2021, to complete a Master’s degree. 


All alumni qualify automatically, and no additional application is required.

  1. Cost & Aid

    Estimated Total Tuition Cost (18 months)

    Total Credit Hours 30 Hours
    Tuition Per Credit Hour $542
    TOTAL $16,260

    Additional Expenses (per year)

    Coker Technology Fee $450 ($45 per term)

    *Estimated total costs are based upon current year figures and do not include the cost of course materials or possible increases for courses offered in a new fiscal year.

  1. Learn about admissions requirements

    To gain admission to the Master of Education in Curriculum and Instructional Technology program, an applicant must hold a bachelor’s degree from a college or university accredited by an agency recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation with an overall undergraduate grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. Students with a lower undergraduate grade point average may be reviewed for admission by program faculty. 

    Additionally, students will be required to submit a portfolio of materials including the following:

    • Official transcripts from all undergraduate and/or graduate institutions attended
    • A one-page personal statement explaining the applicant’s educational and career goals
    • Resume
    • Two professional letters of recommendation

    Admission documents may be submitted electronically and should be sent to If you have questions, please feel free to call 843.857.4139. 

  1. Course Sequence

    This program has one entry point per year, each June. Graduate students will take one course at a time in a cohort model. For more information, please email

    Below is a sample course sequence. (Actual course sequence may vary.)

        EDCIT 500 Diverse Learners and Equitable Learning Environments
        EDCIT 510 Advanced Human Growth and Developmental Theories
        EDCIT 520 Educational Research & Analysis
        EDCIT 530 Advanced Foundations of American Education
        EDCIT 540 Educational Research & Analysis
        EDCIT 550 Analysis of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment
        EDCIT 560 Exploring and Evaluating Digital Tools for K-12
        EDCIT 570 Introduction to Innovative Digital Instruction
        EDCIT 580 Applying and Integrating Digital Technology in K-12 I
        EDCIT 590 Applying and Integrating Digital Technology in K-12 II


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