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Programs & Degrees


The College of Education offers majors in Early Childhood & Family Studies and Education, Communities & Organizations, an online degree in Early Care and Education, and a minor in Education, Learning & Society.

Graduate Studies

The College offers a Master of Education, an Education Specialist Degree, a Doctor of Education and a Doctor of Philosophy. Areas of graduate study include curriculum & instruction; educational leadership & policy studies; educational psychology; learning sciences & human development; measurement & statistics; and special education. Programs in leadership preparation include P-12 leadership preparation; policy leadership; athletic leadership; teacher leadership; and leadership in higher education.

Teacher Preparation

Masters in Teaching programs are offered in elementary, secondary and special education along with professional development programs for certified teachers.

The College of Education is home to many research centers