If you are passionate about education and the law, you can earn a J.D./Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction dual degree with a cognate in education law. In this 36-hour program, you will study the law as it relates to children, the family, schools, nonprofits, and employment. You will also explore curriculum and methods for effective instruction in education, as well as current issues in the field.
To earn both degrees, you must apply to and be accepted into the Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction. Some courses from Liberty Law’s curriculum will meet degree requirements for the Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction.
You must also obtain permission from Liberty Law’s registrar and the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs to enroll in the dual degree program.
Law school tuition covers the cost of M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction classes taken during the fall and spring semesters. However, classes taken during the summer and winter terms are not covered.