Academic Departments

The College of Education is a learner-centered academic unit where faculty members are committed to the preparation of future educational leaders for careers defined by excellence. Faculty within the College strive to instill in our candidates a lifelong passion for public service while emphasizing the importance of collaboration with key stakeholders in local and global communities. The College consists of four academic units:

This unit prepares professionals as school principals, educational executives, speech practitioners, instructional technologists, and reading specialists. Degree programs include:

This unit provides CACREP-accredited professional curricula grounded in philosophical, theoretical, methodological, and practical foundations that describe counseling practice. Degree programs include:

This unit provides NCATE-accredited professional studies for the next generation of effective teachers and school personnel who will work with 21st century learners from diverse backgrounds. Degree programs include:

This unit provides professional interdisciplinary leadership studies that focus on service learning, research, developing innovative practices, and solving complex challenges as well as philosophical, theoretical, methodological, and practical foundations that describe adult education. Degree programs include:

  • Master of Science (MS), Adult Education
  • Ph.D., Interdisciplinary Leadership Studies