School of Education

Academic Divisions

School of Education


Academic Divisions

Today, more than 30 faculty members guide over 500 students in undergraduate and master's programs each year. SOE offers six bachelor's programs and seven master's programs, leading to careers in teaching, counseling, language and literacy, school leadership, and many other fields.

SOE is organized into two academic divisions: 1) Foundations, Educational Research and Humans Studies (FERHS); and 2) Teacher Education and Public Service (TEPS). FERHS provides undergraduate and graduate programs in administration and supervision, counseling, and educational foundations. TEPS provides undergraduate and graduate programs in elementary education, early childhood education, special education, secondary education, reading and Teaching English of Speakers of other Languages (TESOL).


Foundations, Educational Research and Humans Studies (FERHS) programs

This program covers universal education theories and practices, human studies, educational technology, and educational research. Courses taught by Foundations faculty members are taken by students in all of the school's programs and form the core structure of their educational development.

Foundation faculty members also advise all undeclared education majors in the undergraduate and graduate programs.

Foundations Faculty

 
Master of Arts in Counseling
Master of Arts in Teaching
Master of Education in Administration and Supervision

Teacher Education and Public Service (TEPS) programs
 
Early Childhood Education
Elementary Education
Master of Education in Reading
Master of Education in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
Master of Education in Secondary Education
 
Special Education
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