Curriculum, Foundations, and Reading
The Department of Curriculum, Foundations, and Reading offers a master’s degree, education specialist degree, and endorsement program in reading education as well as a doctoral degree in curriculum studies. Additionally, the department provides a service function to all other programs in the College of Education.
Leadership, Technology, and Human Development
The Department of Leadership, Technology and Human Development offers a broad range of programs that provide school, system-wide, and student-oriented support services for traditional and alternative settings. Graduate programs offered by the department prepare school and community agency personnel in the areas of school and clinical mental health counselor education, higher education student services, educational leadership, higher education administration, instructional technology, and school psychology. A doctoral degree program in educational leadership is also offered.
Teaching and Learning
The Department of Teaching and Learning offers undergraduate teacher preparation programs in early childhood education (grades P-5); middle grades education (grades 4-8); special education (P-12); and the P-12 teaching field in health and physical education. Graduate programs are offered for initial teacher preparation through the Master of Arts in Teaching program and for advanced teacher education at the master’s and education specialist levels. Additionally, the department offers an endorsement program in English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL).
Last updated: 6/2/2013