Grad Schools:  

  Education >> Curriculum and Instruction

Grad School / Program:

  • Curriculum and instruction

  • Contact:
  • 1 University Station D5700
    The Department of Curriculum and Instruction
    The University of Texas at Austin
    Austin, TX 78712
    United States

  • Degrees Granted:
  • Masters, Doctorate

  • Programs offered:
  • On-campus
  • Sponsored Links

  • Description:
  • The following degree programs are provided within the Department of Curriculum and Instruction.

    Master of Arts (M.A.)
    Master of Education (M.Ed.)
    Doctory of Education (Ed.D.)
    Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

  • Admission Information:
  • Application
    All applicants for graduate study at the University of Texas at Austin must complete one of the University’s standard application forms (online application preferred) and pay the required fee. To determine which application to use, please visit the Graduate and International Admissions Center (GIAC) website. It is recommended you submit the application prior to submitting your supporting documentation.

    Test Scores
    All applicants for graduate study must take the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) through the Educational Testing Service (ETS). International applicants must also take the Test of English as Foreign Language (TOEFL). Scores must be officially reported by the testing agency using the University of Texas at Austin Institution Code—6882. (Department code not required.) For more information and scheduling of these exams, please visit the Educational Testing Service website.

    In addition to the application form, application fee and test scores, all applicants must submit one official transcript from each senior college or university attended. When possible, you should request that your institution send electronic transcripts directly to the University of Texas at Austin, Graduate and International Admissions Center.

    Departmental Supporting Materials
    - Statement of Purpose
    - Resume or Curriculum Vitae (CV)
    - Three (3) Letters of Reference
    - Supplemental Non-English Writing Sample

  • Financial Aids:
  • A limited number of applicants are chosen each year for nomination of a University Preemptive Fellowship for recruitment of new graduate students. These are selected from all applications that are complete and submitted before November 15 (includes newly admitted applicants for that current Spring semester). No separate application is required.

    Also available to qualified students are graduate teaching and research assistantships. These employment positions are offered primarily to those who are already admitted and enrolled in our program. The majority of our Teaching Assistantships involve supervision of interns and student teachers in the field, and thus require some K-12 classroom experience (U.S. schools only). Unfortunately, most International applicants do not immediately qualify for TAships. Research Assistantships are rare, and are generally offered to students whose research abilities/interests are known by hiring faculty. Application for these positions is done post admission to a C&I graduate program.

    Other scholarship/fellowship opportunities may be available for continuing students through the College of Education or the Office of Graduate Studies.

  • Grad Program Website:

© 2010-2021, All Rights Reserved.
Open College is a service mark of AmeriCareers LLC.