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COE Diversity Statement

In the College of Education, we work to disrupt, interrupt, and change systemic inequities in P-12 schools, adult education, and higher education by demanding equal and equitable rights, opportunities, and treatment for all; to produce inclusive and equitable participation, power, access, impacts, and outcomes for all groups, by embedding educational justice as part of our culture through people, places, programs, policies, and processes.

The LTLE department prepares future leaders in education through foundational coursework that builds learner capacity and critical thinking skills, and advanced degrees designed to prepare leaders in schools, organizations, and communities.

 

Undergraduate Minors

The undergraduate Educational Media minor prepares students for employment in education, business, communications, non-profit and consulting fields where the effective design of information, instruction, and media are important.

The undergraduate Human Resource Development minor enables students to design and develop performance improvement programs for adult learners in business, industry, government, and other public and private sector organizations.

Graduate Programs

The Doctor of Education in Education is designed to engage learners who are ready to study real-world problems of practice as systems-level executives who navigate micro-politics and address inequities that impede progress within their educational setting. Graduates of the program are prepared to lead, facilitate, and promote learning, innovation, diversity, educational equity, and the developmental needs of all within the educational setting.

The M.S.Ed. in Adult Education/Human Resource Development enables graduates to master skills in the design and development of educational interventions for adults who work in business, industry, government, and non-profit settings.

The M.Ed. in Education with a concentration in Educational Leadership program prepares students to assume leadership positions in schools and school districts. The program, which is nationally recognized by the Educational Leadership Constituent Consortium (ELCC), prepares graduates to take and pass the School Leaders Licensure Assessment.

The M.Ed. in Education with a concentration in Learning Design and Technology fosters engagement with research, theory, design, technologies, and practice in the discipline. Successful graduates are prepared to advance in the workplace, make career changes, or pursue doctoral work in the field.

The M.Ed. in Education with a concentration in Teacher Leadership program is designed to provide teachers and other school division professionals with opportunities to advance their knowledge and skills in the application of leadership within the classroom, school, community, and beyond.

Graduate Certificates

The Educational Leadership Graduate Certificate program is intended for those who already have a degree and who are looking for formal training in Educational Leadership. Students must have a teaching license or be eligible for a teaching license at the start of program enrollment.

The Educational Technology Graduate Certificate will help learners design research-based digital learning experiences. Learners will gain strategic skills needed to manage educational technology programs, projects and resources.

The Teacher Leadership Graduate Certificate program is intended for those who already have a degree and who are looking for formal training in Teacher Leadership. Students must have a teaching license or be eligible for a teaching license at the start of program enrollment.

 

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