The Graduate School of Education offers Master of Arts (MA) and Master of Science (MS) degree programs in the following areas:
Specializations include: Clinical Mental Health Counseling; Marital, Couple and Family Counseling; Rehabilitation Counseling; and School Counseling
Curriculum and Instruction (CI)
MA/MS in Curriculum and Instruction - Specializations include: Reading Endorsement; Early Childhood Education; ESL Endorsement; Educational Media/Librarianship; Continuing Teacher Licensure; and other areas of interest as determined by the student.
Master's in Education (MEd) - Students who are enrolled in the Graduate Teacher Education Program (GTEP) complete a Masters in Education degree.
Curriculum provides advanced coursework to work in school and/or public libraries (includes the 29-credit endorsement program with an additional 16 credits).
Special Education (SPED)
Specializations are determined by advisors and may include: Early Intervention/Early Childhood; Visually Impaired Learning; or Inclusive Education