SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGY
Denise Dunzweiler Dean; Austin Archer, Linda Ivy, Julian Melgosa, Debbie Muthersbaugh, Tamara Randolph, Lee Stough (Director of Counseling Psychology program), Debbie Smart (Certification Officer), Jeannine Bennett (Placement Officer), Wafia Kinne (Assessment Coordinator), Melissa Hammond (Director of the Child Development Center), Francie Stirling (Director of Curriculum Library).
The School of Education and Psychology offers four master’s degree programs - the Master of Arts (M.A.) in Counseling Psychology, the Master of Arts (M.A.) in Education, the Master of Education (M.Ed.), and the Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.).
The Master of Arts degree is a program which provides a significant opportunity to develop research and writing skills. This option is especially suited for those wishing to contribute to knowledge through in-depth research and/or those aspiring to a doctoral degree. The Master of Education degree is designed for educators whose goal is to provide leadership in teaching or administrative roles at the K-12 level. Master of Education students will be required to complete a professional project. The Master of Arts in Teaching program is intended for practicing teachers who wish to improve or expand the area of their professional performance.
Last update on August 26, 2014