Welcome to the Department of Counseling, Leadership, and Educational Studies. Our department prepares candidates to meet
the needs of 21st Century learners, families, and clients through degree
programs offered at the undergraduate and graduate levels in both teacher
education and non-licensure degree programs. The Department of Counseling,
Leadership, and Educational Studies has over 550 students enrolled in its undergraduate
and graduate degree programs.
The department offers Bachelor of Science degrees
in Family and Consumer Sciences, Middle Level Education, and Special Education
(that includes 3 areas of certification), a Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)
degree, and Master of Education degrees in Counseling and Development,
Educational Leadership, and Special Education Intervention. Additionally, we offer a Graduate Professional Certificate in Middle Level Education and the newly added licensure endorsement for Project-Based Learning.
Please visit the links below to find the right degree
program for you!