Earn your Master of Science in Curriculum & Instruction. The Master of Science in Curriculum & Instruction (MSCI) graduate programs at Black Hills State University (BHSU) facilitate professional growth while preparing education professionals for leadership in roles beyond the classroom. As a practicing teacher and graduate student, you will have opportunities to take online and site-based coursework directly into the classroom and into leadership experiences to better connect theory to practice and to expand your understanding of research and research-based practices.
MSCI graduate degree programs of study include the following areas of specialization (area of specialization will appear on transcripts):
K-12 Math Specialist | K-12 Technology Integrationist
MSCI graduate degree programs of study include the following emphasis (area of emphasis does not appear on transcripts):
Early Childhood | Early Childhood Special Education | K-12 Library Media | K-12 Special Education
For information about any of the above programs, please contact Dr. Brian Eberhard via email (Brian.Eberhard@bhsu.edu) or phone (605-642-6859).
PLEASE NOTE: Completion of an MSCI program does not result in licensure or endorsement to an existing teaching license. Please contact Micheline Nelson (Micheline.Nelson@bhsu.edu), Director of Field Experiences and Certification Officer, for questions about licensure or endorsements.