College of Education

About the College of Education

The landscape of education is changing. As a new or current teacher, you must know how to individualize instruction, address Common Core State Standards and incorporate technology into your lesson plans. If you want to impact student learning and successfully navigate these issues in your classroom, you’ll find the resources and support you need in ours.

The College of Education offers degree programs ranging from elementary and secondary education to administration and corporate training. No matter which you choose, you’ll find programs taught by faculty members with an average 19 years of classroom experience. Prepare for certification in your state with curricula aligned with national standards. Then get to work shaping lives.

Education Programs

Initial
(Prepare you to become a teacher)

Associate of Arts with a concentration in Education
Bachelor of Science in Education/Early Childhood Education
Bachelor of Science in Education/Elementary Teacher Education*
Master of Arts in Education/Elementary Teacher Education
Master of Arts in Education/Secondary Teacher Education
Master of Arts in Education/Special Education

Advanced
(For experienced educators)

Master of Arts in Education/Administration and Supervision
Master of Arts in Education/Curriculum and Instruction

Non P-12
(For corporate trainers, adult educators)

Master of Arts in Education/Adult Education and Training

Doctoral
(Offered through the School of Advanced Studies)

Doctor of Education/Educational Leadership
Doctor of Education/Educational Leadership – Curriculum and Instruction
Doctor of Education/Educational Leadership – Educational Technology
Educational Specialist

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