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School of Education


Master of Teaching (extended programs)
Biology education
Chemistry education
Early and elementary education
Earth science education
English education
History/social studies education
Mathematics education
Physics education
Teaching health and physical education

Master of Education
Adult learning
     Adult literacy
     Human resource development
     Teaching and learning with technology
Counselor education
     College student development and counseling
     School counseling
Curriculum and instruction
     Instructional technology
     Teaching and learning
Educational leadership
     Administration and supervision
     Leadership studies
     K-12 reading specialist
     Reading with TESOL/adult
     Reading with TESOL/K-12
     Without concentration
Special education
     Early childhood
     General education    
     Severe disabilities
Sport leadership


     Counselor education and supervision
     Curriculum, culture and change    
     Educational leadership
     Educational psychology
     Research and evaluation    
     Special education and disability leadership
     Sport leadership    
     Urban services leadership

Post-baccalaureate graduate certificates
Autism spectrum disorders
College student development and counseling
Disability leadership
Instructional technology
Medical education
Online teaching for K-12 educators
     Biology education
     Chemistry education
     English education
     History/social studies education
     Mathematics education
     Physics education
Teaching English to speakers of other languages

Post-master’s certificates
Educational leadership
Reading specialist


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