Disciplines

Please visit these pages to find out about each area of study and to learn more about the program degrees, faculty and alumni profiles.

Disciplines

Comparative and International Education
Comparative and International Education

Crossing borders, cultures and disciplines to prepare graduates to work in education in the United States and around the world.

Counseling Psychology
Counseling Psychology

Training students to be effective counselors who respect the differences among cultures and are driven by a desire for social justice.

Educational Leadership
Educational Leadership

Developing and supporting effective leaders for elementary and secondary education who can improve the lives of every student.

Instructional Technology
Instructional Technology

Enhancing education by integrating philosophies, practices and technologies that advance teaching and learning in diverse instructional settings.

School Psychology
School Psychology

Training future leaders in school psychology by developing and evaluating best practices that help children and the community.

Special Education
Special Education

Taking a person-centered approach to education and including all people with disabilities in school and society.

Teacher Education
Teacher Education

Certifying teachers who are experts in their subject area as well as in the theory and practice of pedagogy.