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You have reached the site map for the SPU School of Education online master's program. This page contains links and a brief summary of every page located on this site.
Online Master's Home  The School of Education Dean welcomes you to learn more about the Seattle Pacific University and the online Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction.
General Information  The Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction is geared for certified teachers who want to develop their leadership skills and improve their instructional abilities.
Course Schedule and Descriptions  The online master's program in education is a full two-year program.
About SPU  Seattle Pacific University has worked hard to meet the highest accreditation standards. The university's graduate programs in the School of Education are accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.
Technical Requirements  The online Master's in Education utilizes the Internet as a method for delivering course content and material, so it is recommended that your computer meets the standards listed on this page.
Tuition and Fees  Program tuition and fees are explained in more detail on this page. The university offers financial aid and scholarships which can be applied to the online program.
General Admission Requirements  The university and program requirements for admission into the online Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction.
Application Process  The university accepts applications to the online master's degree program throughout the year. Click this link to learn more about the application process and to download an application form.
Staff Directory  School of Education faculty and staff contact information.
Contact Information  If you have any questions, please contact The Graduate Center using the information provided here.
Scholarships  View a list of scholarships available to online students.

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