Alumni and Friends

Alumni and Friends

School of Education

The School of Education offers the following graduate degrees: Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. D.) degree in Education and Human Resource Studies with specializations in Community College Leadership; Educational Leadership, Renewal, and Change; Interdisciplinary Studies; Organizational Performance and Change; and Research Methodology; Masters of Education (M.Ed.) in Education and Human Resource Studies with specializations in Adult Education and Training; Counseling and Career Development; Educational Leadership, Renewal, and Change; and Organizational Performance and Change; and a Masters of Science (M.S.) in Student Affairs in Higher Education. Educator licensing is through the Center for Educator Preparation. The School of Education is also home to the Family and Consumer Sciences Interdisciplinary Program.