|Counseling and Family Therapy
||The Department of Counseling and Family Therapy offers coursework leading to the Master of
Education (M.Ed.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees, to state
certification in elementary and secondary guidance and counseling, to
eligibility for licensing as a professional counselor (state), and to eligibility
for board certification in counseling (national). The M.Ed. programs in
Clinical Mental Health Counseling, School Counseling, and Clinical Mental
Health Counseling with an emphasis in Career Counseling along with the Ph.D. in
Counseling are all fully nationally accredited by the Council for Accreditation
of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP).
|Early Childhood, Elementary, TESOL, and Special Education (ECETS)
Department of Early Childhood, Elementary, TESOL, and Special Education (ECETS)
provides preservice and practicing educators, and related
services professionals, the preparation and embedded practical experiences
that feature contemporary and evidence-based best practices.
The hallmark of the pedagogical instruction and pragmatics is our focus on engaged, experiential learning that introduces and supports premiere instructional opportunities that orient and improve our students' development of sound learning communities, supporting classrooms of students of diverse
populations and abilities. The faculty pride themselves in offering a variety of course content platforms, opportunities for student research, and community collaborations and partnerships.
|Educational Leadership and Policy Studies (ELAPS)
||The Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies offers four program areas:
K-12 Education Administration, Higher Education Administration, Adult and Continuing Education, and Community Education. Links to each division are above in the menu.
|Educational Psychology, Research, and Evaluation
||The Department of Educational Psychology, Research, and Evaluation division of the
College of Education provides an array of undergraduate and graduate
courses to support university programs. An educational Psychology (Ed
Psy) designation is used for courses about teaching/learning issues and
child and adolescent development. Educational Research (Ed Rem) courses
focus on issues of methodology, both quantitative and qualitative, as
well as offerings on evaluation processes. The Division has developed
a core of doctoral level seminars to prepare students for advanced work.
The newly revised undergraduate teacher education program has two of
the seven core courses from Educational Psychology, recognizing the importance
of building practice on solid theoretical foundations.
|Secondary and K-12 Education
Department of Secondary
and K-12 Education offers courses leading to a Bachelor’s
Degree with Teacher Licensure for teaching specific subjects in middle schools
and high schools. These subjects are biology, chemistry, English, mathematics,
physics, social studies, Spanish, French, music, art and physical education.