Strategic Partner Program
Mascenic Regional School District

Academic Programs

Rivier’s graduate education programs are recognized throughout the region as the programs of choice for current and prospective teachers. Rivier's M.Ed in Curriculum and Instruction - COHORT and Certificate in Curriculum and Instruction programs are designed for experienced elementary and secondary educators who wish to enhance their understanding of human development, improve their instruction, develop leadership skills, and promote excellence in the teaching profession..


Read program requirements and course descriptions in the graduate catalog:

Master of Education in Curriculum & Instruction

Required Core

  • ED 501 Fundamentals of Research (Substitute: ED 553 Action Research)
  • ED 505 Advanced Psychology of Human Development
  • ED 540 Curriculum Development
  • ED 592 Technology for Education
  • ED 632 The Philosophy of Quality in Education
  • ED 692 Differentiated Instruction (Mastery Learning)
  • ED 720 Perspectives in Cultural Diversity (Education of Diverse Learners)

Capstone Project (6 credits)

Electives

Students may choose three electives (3 credits each)

Total Credits for Degree: 36 credits

Visit the Education Department online.


M.Ed in Curriculum and Instruction - COHORT and Certificate in Curriculum and Instruction

Course Offerings 2012 – 2013 

Fall, 2012
ED 605 Staff Development & Evaluation
Linda Kalloger

Spring, 2013
ED 505 Advanced Psychology of Human Development
Dr. Maria Dreyer

Past Course Offerings 2011 – 2012

Summer, 2011
ED 692 Differentiated Instruction – Mastery Learning
Dr. Maria Dreyer

Fall, 2011
ED 540 Curriculum Development
Dr. Maria Dreyer

Spring, 2012
ED 501 Fundamentals of Research
TBD