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Specializations include: educational administration (K-12); postsecondary education; curriculum and instruction; and special education.
Master of Education (MEd)
Master of Arts or Science (MA/MS)
- Curriculum and Instruction (CI)
- Educational Leadership
- Leadership for Sustainability Education (LSE)
- Masters plus Initial Administrator License
- Post Secondary, Adult and Continuing Education (PACE)
- Special Educator
General Teaching Licenses
The Graduate Teacher Education Program (GTEP) prepares classroom teachers for Early Childhood (Pre-Grade 4), Elementary (Grades 3-8) Middle School (Grades 5-10) and/or High School (Grades 7-12) authorizations. Successful completion of this program culminates in a recommendation to Oregon's Teacher Standards and Practices Commission for the Initial Teaching License, and the option of completing a Master's of Education degree.
Special Educator Teaching Licenses
The Special Education Department offers comprehensive programs for the professional preparation of students in special education. A master's degree in special education may be completed in conjunction with state licensure in elementary special education and secondary special education or completed independently.
The primary purpose of the Counselor Education Department is to educate competent counselors for public and private schools, community agencies, and rehabilitation facilities. Students may pursue one of four areas of specialization: clinical mental health counseling; marital, couple and family counseling; rehabilitation counseling; and school counseling.
The Educational Policy, Foundations & Administrative Studies Department offers two authorizing programs that lead to institutional recommendation for the two levels of administrative licensure: the Preliminary Administrator License and the Professional Administrator License.