Donald Snead, Chair
The Specialist in Education degree (Ed.S.) is offered with majors in Administration and Supervision, Curriculum and Instruction, and Professional Counseling and the Master of Education degree (M.Ed.) with majors in Administration and Supervision and Curriculum and Instruction.
The Ed.S. in Administration and Supervision offers a specialization in instructional leader licensure (K-12 administrator license) and higher education. The Ed.S. in Curriculum and Instruction major offers a specialization in culture, cognition, and the learning process. The Ed.S. in Professional Counseling offers concentrations in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and School Counseling.
The M.Ed. in Administration and Supervision offers a concentration in Agricultural Leadership Education in addition to specializations in K-12 public schools, higher education, and nonlicensure (for off-campus cohorts).
The M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction offers concentration in Digital Teaching and Learning, English as a Second Language, and Teaching and Innovation in PK-16 and a specialization for the professional education coursework for teacher licensure (secondary education licensure path).
The M.L.S. in Library Science is offered.
The department offers a minor in education at the graduate level, the interdisciplinary certificate program in United States Culture and Education, and a graduate certificate in College and University Teaching.