Curriculum & Instruction
The Department of Curriculum & Instruction prepares professional educators for transformative leadership in research-based teaching practice and student learning. Graduates shape the future through research and practice, addressing complex issues with innovation and creativity.
Areas of Study
Baylor’s programs to prepare teacher leaders offer a depth of experience — through extensive supervised clinical practice — and a depth of knowledge — both about pedagogy and about specific content.
Baylor's residential graduate programs focused on a scholarly understanding of educational thought and practice prepare educators for a long-term leadership through research in curriculum and teaching instruction.
A nationally recognized program, Baylor’s EdD in Learning and Organizational Change online program empowers experienced professionals and industry leaders to shape the learning experience in any setting.
Baylor’s joint master’s programs with Truett Seminary equip leaders interested in educational efforts in churches or private schools and those interested in curriculum development for those venues.
The informal education minor, coordinating with Baylor’s Department of Museum Studies, prepares educators for roles outside of traditional classrooms at institutions such as museums, zoos, or other cultural sites.