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Graduate Programs

COMPASS is a philosophy underpinning the graduate programs at the College of Education. Our graduate programs have set a goal to produce the measurably best professionals, and the P1, P2, and P3 Learning Outcomes represent the three phases of a long-term plan to impart the knowledge and skills to produce the highest caliber students. Learn more about COMPASS and the Learning Outcomes.

APEX is our pilot Application Research Experience program. Learn more about Application Research Experience.


Curriculum & Instruction

Advanced degrees in the area of Curriculum and Instruction prepare curriculum leaders, researchers, and professors with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions needed to analyze, construct, and evaluate curricula in ways that create optimal learning conditions for all learners.

Master’s Degrees

Curriculum and Instruction - Specializations in:

Doctoral Degrees

Curriculum and Instruction - Concentrations in:


Educational Psychology & Leadership

Educational Psychology & Leadership is a diverse group of academic programs that equip students with a comprehensive knowledge of learning, motivation, development, and educational foundations. The disciplines of counseling and school psychology are housed within the EP&L department as are programs to prepare future college administrators, primary and secondary school and district leaders, as well as practical and academic educational psychologists.

Master’s Degrees

Doctoral Degrees


Certificates & Certifications

Within the Graduate Division of the College of Education, we offer two types of non-degree programs – professional certification, necessary to be licensed and/or practice at an advanced level in your chosen career and Graduate Certificates, which provide an additional credential in your field of study but do not necessarily lead to licensure. Graduate certificates can also be used as an introduction into your chosen master's degree program. Learn more about our certificates.


Advising

Need help choosing a graduate program, or have questions for our staff? Contact our graduate support staff.

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