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.
A diverse selection of graduate programs prepare school and community agency personnel in the areas of school and community counselor education, higher education student services, educational leadership, higher education administration, instructional technology and school psychology.
A doctoral degree program in educational administration is also offered.
Dr. Beth A. Durodoye,
Ms. Darlene Collins, Administrative Secretary
Counselor Education (M.Ed/Ed.S.)
Dr. James J. Bergin
Educational Administration (Ed.D.)
Dr. Russell Mays
Dr. Teri Melton
Dr. Jason LaFrance
Higher Education Administration (M.Ed.)
Dr. Brenda Marina
Instructional Technology (M.Ed.)
Dr. Charles B. Hodges
Instructional Technology (Ed.S.)
Dr. Ken Clark
School Psychology (Ed.S.)
Dr. Jeff Tysinger
Last updated January 9, 2013