Liberal Studies Program
An undergraduate degree program of diversified education that is ideal for future elementary school or special education teachers.
Teaching Credential Programs Options
Master of Arts in Education Degree Program Options
- Curriculum and Instruction
- Counseling and Student Services
- Early Childhood Education
- Educational Leadership
- Multilingual Multicultural Education
- Reading/Language Arts (In Person and Online)
Master of Science in Counseling Degree Program Options
- School Counseling
- Student Affairs and College Counseling
- Marriage, Family, and Child Counseling
Master of Science in Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling Program
The Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling program is accredited by the Council on Rehabilitation Education (CORE). Additionally, students are eligible to pursue requirements leading to the Pupil Personnel Services (PPS) and Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) credentials.
Master of Arts in Special Education Program
The Master of Arts Degree in Special Education offers advanced preparation in mild/moderate disabilities and moderate/severe disabilities, and is closely related to course requirements for the Professional Level II Education Specialist Credential program.
Master of Arts in Teaching Program
The Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) is an online program with a focus on social justice, multiculturalism, and action research.
Doctorate in Educational Leadership
Offers an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership with two options: Pre-K-12 Educational Leadership and Post-secondary Educational Leadership (including Community College leadership and administration)