College Student Personnel Services
The purpose of the M.S. degree in College Student Personnel Services is to train entry level professionals for a broad array of student services positions in higher education. The program has a heavy emphasis on developing skills in the areas of psychology and counseling. There are two program tracks: Professional Practice and College Counseling.
Curriculum and Instruction
The M.S.E. in Curriculum and Instruction is designed to prepare K-12 Directors of Curriculum and Instruction.
The Specialist in Education degree (Ed.S.) with a major in Educational Leadership offers educators a program designed to improve their general educational and specific c professional competencies as leaders in the public school systems. The Specialist Degree program is designed to provide study beyond the Master's degree and is based on recommendations from professional organizations and accrediting associations.
The Masters Degree in Educational Leadership offers educators a planned program of study designed to improve their general educational and specific professional competencies as leaders in the public school systems. The degree is specifically designed to prepare building level administrators and is based on recommendations from professional organizations and accrediting associations.
The Doctor of Education degree in Educational Leadership provides the highest professional degree available in the field of education to students who aspire to administrative careers in either elementary, secondary, or collegiate levels.
Educational Theory and Practice
This program is for teachers who wish to improve their general understanding of curriculum theory and current practices and to increase their professionalism and competency in a variety of current educational issues. Some candidates in this constituency might also utilize this degree in seeking their National Board licensure.
Special Education, Gifted, Talented and Creative
The purpose of the Master of Science in Education degree with a major in Special Education— Gifted, Talented, and Creative (GTC) is to offer educators a planned program of study at the graduate level which is based on recommendations of professional organizations and accrediting associations such as the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) and NCATE.
Special Education, Instructional Specialist Grades K-12
Students completing this program gain expertise in teaching students exhibiting developmental, learning and behavioral disabilities, and in consulting with general education teachers who have students with disabilities in their classrooms.