The College of Education and Human Development provides initial licensure for undergraduate students and professional licensure for graduate students. The College of Education and Human Development offers 11 degree programs at the master's level, training professionals in such areas as Teacher Education, Special Education, Instructional Design, Rehabilitation Counseling, Family Therapy, Higher Education, and Educational Administration. Some of our programs are also offered online. In addition, we offer a Certificate of Advanced Studies in (CAGS) in Educational Administration. We currently offer two doctoral programs in Higher Education and Leadership in Urban Schools. For a complete list of our degree programs, visit the academic department pages.
Review the application process requirements for the different departments by clicking the links on the left.