The School of Education and Human Services offers Master of Arts programs in Early Childhood Education, Literacy (K-12), Special Education, Technology in Education, and a Master of Arts with Secondary Teacher Certification (MAC) program. Also offered are a post-master’s Education Specialist program, and a Doctor of Education in Education Leadership. Endorsement programs for Early Childhood Specialist (ZS), Reading Specialist (BR), Cognitive Impairment Specialist (SA), Learning Disabilities Specialist (SM), and Educational Technology Specialist (NP) are embedded in the appropriate master’s degree programs and are also available as free-standing certification programs.
Academic Rules and Regulations
See the School of Education and Human Services and the Graduate Study sections of this catalog for academic rules and regulations pertaining to graduate programs offered by the College.