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School of Education

  • Graduate Education

    Our graduate programs are all taught by real-world teachers, principals, curriculum supervisors and superintendents.  This allows our graduate learners the opportunity to learn the skills they will need to be successful in their careers. Graduates of our programs are employed by school districts across the region, and are highly regarded by employers as competent and well-prepared for the positions they hold.  


    As a graduate learner in the School of Education, you will:

    • Become part of a dynamic educational community united by common goals.
    • Become an Agent of Change in your classroom, your school, and your district.
    • Learn to effectively and ethically implement school improvements that result in increased student achievement.
    • Participate in job-embedded internships that contribute to a well-rounded professional preparation.
    • Prepare professional documents that demonstrate your knowledge and skills and can be utilized to demonstrate educator effectiveness and for career growth.
    • Obtain Act 45 and Act 48 professional developmental credits.
    • Experience a flexible program designed for busy working adults.