Curriculum and Instruction vs Instructional Deisgn

Discussion in 'Education, Teaching and related degrees' started by Denaelesmom, Dec 13, 2013.

  1. Denaelesmom

    Denaelesmom New Member

    Likes Received:
    Hi everyone,

    I am only days away from receiving my BS in Liberal Studies from Charter Oak. I was planning on going to WGU in their MEd. Curriculum and Instruction program. I am starting to see that this degree is more for the educational side. What I wanted to do was either develop curriculum and train in the education field, government, or business. WGU's instructional design program is only for licensed teachers who are already in the classroom, and this combined with their information led me to believe that the curriculum and instruction was the best choice for me. Once I finish the Med. I was going to move on to the Masters in Management or MBA. I also want to be able to take positions that allow me flexibility for instance Telecommute, Work at Home, or by assignment. Any advice on the degree? Also anyone have experience with their courses for the Masters degree? I am a very hard diligent worker and I excel at my own pace which is why I am looking at this format!

Share This Page