Chair, Department of Graduate and Adult Education
Graduate Coordinator, Counseling and Special Education
Graduate Coordinator, Educational Leadership, Curriculum and Instruction, and Human Resource Development
Graduate Coordinator, Sport Administration
Program Coordinator, Tara Fox
Clinical Mental Health, Human Resource Development, and Training and Development
Program Coordinator, Wendy Helmcamp
Graduate degrees in counseling may be earned with two different options:
||Master of Arts with a major in clinical mental health is designed for students who wish to prepare for counseling in agency or private settings.
||Master of Arts with a major in human resource development is designed for students who wish to work in business and industry in employee assistance programs, training, or human resources careers.
- An undergraduate degree from a regionally accredited college or university.
- A minimum of 18 hours of courses in the behavioral sciences or approved equivalent.
- A valid teaching certificate for admission to the Master of Education program in school counseling.
- Admission to Candidacy (upon completion of 12 or more hours).
Upon receipt of a completed application for admission the Counseling Program Admission Committee will determine those applicants who will be admitted to the counseling program.
Program Admission Procedures for School Counseling and Clinical Mental Health
- Applications must be completed.
- Three references must be provided prior to the admission decision.
- No student will be allowed to enroll in any graduate counseling course unless he or she has applied for admission and has been accepted into the program.
Curriculum and Instruction
Program Coordinator, Janise McIntyre
Program Coordinator, Kym Acuña
Program Coordinator, Kym Acuña
Program Coordinator, Emily Smith
Program Coordinator, Julie Wood
Programs and Courses
- Clinical Mental Health, M.A.
- Clinical Mental Health, with a concentration in School Counseling, M.A.
- Curriculum and Instruction, M.Ed.
- Educational Leadership, Ed.D
- Educational Leadership, M.Ed.
- Human Resource Development, M.A.
- Human Resource Development, with a concentration in Training and Development, M.A.
- Professional Studies, M.P.S.
- Special Education, M.Ed.
- Sport Administration, M.Ed.
CoursesBilingual EducationCounselingEarly Childhood EducationEducation
Educational LeadershipPage: 1
- EDUC 5053 - Introduction to Research
- EDUC 5083 - Educational Assessment: Development, Analysis, and Implementation
- EDUC 5113 - Management Techniques for Elementary, Middle, and Secondary
- EDUC 5186 - Clinical Teaching
- EDUC 5223 - Planning for Teaching
- EDUC 5513 - Introduction to Training and Development
- EDUC 5523 - Trends and Issues in Training and Human Resource Development
- EDUC 5533 - Instructional Strategies for Adult Learners
- EDUC 5583 - Graduate Internship in Training and Development
- EDUC 5633 - Curriculum Theory and Practice
- EDUC 5801 - Kodály Conducting and Ensemble, Level I
- EDUC 5802 - Kodály Musicianship, Level I
- EDUC 5803 - Kodály Music Pedagogy and Literature, Level I
- EDUC 5893 - Language Development for First and Second Language Learners
- EDUC 5901 - Kodály Conducting and Ensemble, Level II
- EDUC 5902 - Kodály Musicianship, Level II
- EDUC 5903 - Kodály Music Pedagogy and Literature, Level II
- EDUC 5911 - Kodály Conducting and Ensemble, Level III
- EDUC 5912 - Kodály Musicianship, Level III
- EDUC 5913 - Kodály Music Pedagogy and Literature, Level III
- EDUC 6013 - Trends and Issues in Learning and Teaching
- EDUC 6023 - Learning and Assessment
- EDUC 6033 - Classroom Management
- EDUC 6753 - Applied Research
- EDUC 6813 - Graduate Capstone in Professional Studies
- EDUC 6823 - Graduate Practicum in Professional Studies
- EDUC 6903 - Independent Graduate Study in Education