• Master of Science in Education (M.S.Ed.)
• Educational Specialist (Ed.S.)
• Doctorate of Education (Ed.D.)
Greetings! Thank you for your interest in the Department of Educational Studies. Our department has been an integral part of teacher preparation in the College of Education and Human Services from its inception. We offer high quality programs in educator preparation, educational leadership, and college student personnel. Our programs are designed to address real world needs of educators seeking to make a meaningful and positive impact on the learning and development of students in a variety of educational settings.
As evident from our mission statement, our graduate program is interdisciplinary in orientation allowing the degree candidate to develop a rich grasp of central issues and problems in education from the perspective of several key disciplines including psychology, philosophy, and anthropology/sociology. Our graduate program is designed to add real value to your professional development as an educator seeking to make a meaningful, positive impact on the learning and development of your students. We think you will find studying with us exhilarating and inspiring and welcome and look forward to your participation should you choose to join us.