The Master of Education degree in Differentiated Instruction provides K-8 or 7-12 teachers a graduate program that focuses on innovative approaches to meeting the instructional needs of diverse learners. Graduate students in Differentiated Instruction must take a minimum of 36 semester hours of graduate coursework in the following areas: the Graduate Core, Studies in Differentiated Instruction, and Electives.
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Financial aid is available to part-time and full-time students seeking a degree after acceptance to the program. For more information, please call the Financial Aid Center at 662-329-7114.
You may also fill out an application for a Graduate Scholarship or Graduate Assistantship from Graduate Studies in Education.
If you are a licensed public school teacher in Mississippi and in need of financial assistance, please contact the financial aid office of the Institution of Higher Learning (IHL) for information on the Graduate Teacher Reimbursement Scholarships (GTS). 1-800-327-2980 or 601-423-6997 or www.ihl.state.ms.us
Information on the course for this program can be found in the Graduate Bulletin.
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Dr. Monica RileyDir. Graduate Studies in EducationDepartment Chair
Education Building Phone: (662) 329-7365