College of Education Departments
The College of Education at the University of Missouri-St. Louis is comprised of two departments: the Department of Educator Preparation, Innovation, and Research (EPIR) and the Department of Education Sciences and Professional Programs (ESPP). Teacher educator and educational administrator preparation and certification occur in EPIR, whereas ESPP supports these efforts via educational foundations, psychological development, educational technology, and research methods and evaluation courses and offers assorted undergraduate and professional graduate degrees that include the Bachelor of Educational Studies degree, four Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs-accredited (CACREP) Counseling programs, and a National Association of School Psychologists-approved (NASP) School Psychology Program.
Education Sciences and Professional Programs
- Bachelor of Educational Studies
- Adult and Higher Education
- Educational Psychology
- School Psychology
- Graduate Certificates
Educator Preparation, Innovation and Research
The Educator Preparation, Innovation and Research programs offers coursework leading to bachelor degrees, master’s degrees, graduate certificates, and doctoral degrees. Students may also choose to pursue the Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree in the College of Arts and Sciences or the College of Fine Arts and Communication and also complete the education courses that are required for teacher certification in high school English, mathematics, social studies, science, music or art.