The Department of Education offers programs and degrees as
Minor in Education
The Department of Education offers a Minor in Education.
Five courses are required. There are two possible concentrations:
Educational Studies OR Teaching and Learning.
Teacher Education Programs
The M.A.T. Program is offered to students seeking an initial teacher license.
Teachers and specialists who wish to further their study in education and
educational research, or who wish to receive a professional teacher license,
enroll in the M.A. program. The M.A. in Science Education is offered to K-8
teachers with initial teacher licensure seeking a graduate degree to fulfill
professional licensure requirements.
School Psychology Program
The M.A./Ed.S. Program in School Psychology is offered to
prospective school psychologists. Experienced professionals who
hold a graduate degree in a related field may apply for
re-specialization in our Ed.S. only program.
- M.A. / Ed.S. in School Psychology
Museum Education Program
The M.A. in Museum Education Program is designed for those interested in
careers as education directors or coordinators in museum settings.
- M.A. in Museum Education
- Graduate Certificate Program
Educational Studies Program
The M.A. in Educational Studies Program is designed for students who wish
to pursue advanced studies and research in education.
- M.A. in Educational Studies
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education Program
The M.S. and Ph.D. Program in Science, Technology, Engineering,
and Mathematics (STEM) Education will prepare researchers and educators who
will contribute to improve STEM Education.
- M.S. in Mathematics Education, Science Education, or Engineering Education
- Ph.D. in Mathematics Education, Science Education, or Engineering Education