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If you're seeking additional coursework in cirriculum and instruction for your education degree, talk to others who have graduated with this concentration and find out where they went to school. Discuss your professional and academic goals with a career counselor and find out if there is a mentor or internship program in this subject, and whether or not it helps you earn college credit for your time. The best way to find out if a degree plan is right for you is to get practical experience so if there is no credit offered for internships or mentor programs, find a place to volunteer (museum, library) and ask the curator or librarian about how a degree in curriculum and instruction has worked for them.
|Sheri Ann Richerson|