The department houses graduate degree programs in school counseling, mental health counseling, student affairs and college counseling, educational administration and supervision, and library media and information specialist. Online graduate degree programs offered by the department include elementary or secondary education with area focus in curriculum and instruction, special education instructional specialist P-4, and/or 4-12, math/science, gifted/talented P-8/7-12, and the Master of Arts in Teaching.
Degrees & Programs
- Masters of Arts in Teaching
- Master of Science in Mental Health and Clinical Counseling
- Master of Education in School Counseling K-12
- Master of Education in Student Affairs and College Counseling
- Master of Education in Elementary or Secondary Education (Focus Areas as below)
- Following licensure programs are available for students holding a master’s degree as a Non- degree seeking