We are nationally accredited and recognized. Our faculty are actively engaged in up-to-date research, both synthesizing and generating it. Our programs are small, thus faculty are accessible and maintain close supportive relationships with their students. And if you are looking for financial aid options, we have many awards, scholarships, and assistantship opportunities.
Why be a teacher? Because it is challenging and never boring; because the future of our country depends upon what happens in our schools. Impact the future - become a teacher through one of our graduate programs in elementary education, secondary education, or special education. Already a teacher? - then consider specializing in reading, gifted, or special education.
Don’t wait until after graduation to start making a difference in the lives of children and clients. Our programs in School Psychology and Counseling place our students in area school divisions to tackle real world issues as they prepare to become highly qualified professionals. Our New Horizons Family Counseling Center provides advanced graduate students in counseling with practicum and internship opportunities.
Ready to impact change in K-12 schools and institutions of higher education? Then it’s time to pursue a degree in one of our programs in Educational Policy, Planning & Leadership. Choose a master’s degree program with an emphasis in K-12 Administration, Gifted Administration, or Higher Education Administration. Already have a master’s degree? Then consider a doctoral program in General K-12 Administration, Gifted Administration, Special Education Administration, Curriculum Leadership, Curriculum & Educational Technology, and Higher Education Administration.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity of a lifetime. Apply today.