Curry College’s Diverse and Equitable Instruction concentration meets a well-recognized need in educational settings and related fields. Professionals in public and private education, human resources, training, youth services, and non-profit may be interested in pursuing this master’s degree to further their career or bolster their professional development and understanding in the DEI space.
Our new Hyflex Schedule means it’s your choice, every week. Attend class in-person or online – even change your mind from week to week. Benefit from the support Curry is known for in a format that’s better than hybrid – it’s truly your choice.
We proudly offer fixed tuition, with no tuition increase as long as you remain enrolled with your original cohort group. The Curry M.Ed. in Diverse and Equitable Instruction program also charges no additional course fees.
The fixed tuition is $17,267 ($557 per credit x 31 credits). Alumni receive a 20% discount.
M.Ed. cohorts in Milton and Plymouth begin each year in the fall. All classes meet one night a week in our hyflex format. The actual schedule may vary based on holidays and other scheduling details.
The Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Diverse and Equitable Instruction is a 31-credit program; all courses, aside from Thesis Advising, are 8 weeks. Unless noted, all classes are three credits. Schedule is subject to change.
September program start: Submit all materials by August 1 for priority consideration.
After the priority consideration deadline, applications will be reviewed on a space-available basis.
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The Curry College Master of Education concentration in Diverse and Equitable Instruction provides educators, across multiple settings, with an opportunity to develop more self-awareness and a deeper understanding of the current research and best practices for diverse and equitable instruction inclusive of all learners.
Across the courses, students will explore multiple perspectives and frameworks that will provide them with a comprehensive background in the critical aspects of DEI and the implementation of educational practices that create safe and effective spaces for diverse groups. The culminating thesis of the program will allow students to apply new learning focused on one facet of DEI that is most applicable to their respective field.
"At Curry College in the Graduate Ed program, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion centers our work-- it drives what we teach and how we teach. As a psychologist and educator, I have spent the last 20 years examining how culture influences behavior and teaching about such influences. I am committed to engaging Curry students to deepen their understanding of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion."
We're excited you're considering our flexible, convenient, and real-world focused Curry College Master of Education Degree program and we look forward to helping you reach your career goals.
As director of Curry’s Graduate Programs in Education, Dr. Giordana Basta has set in motion a path for her students to understand what equitable education means as they consider careers in the field. With the help of colleagues, Dr. Basta has established a chance for students to earn an M.Ed. in Diverse and Equitable Instruction (DEI) at Curry.