You'll take creative approaches to the study of educational theories that help them to gain a more thorough understanding of educational strategies and practices. Pursue a Master of Education, Master of Arts in Education, or a Research Master of Arts degree in one of these areas:

Curriculum Studies: Earn a degree in General Curriculum Studies, Supporting Learners with Diverse Needs & Exceptionalities (SLDNE) or Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL).

Educational Foundations: Explore how the foundational disciplines of history, philosophy, and sociology affect educational theory and practice. 

Educational Psychology: Support learners with varied needs by pursuing a concentration in Education of the Blind and Visually Impaired or Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing.

Elementary and Middle School Education: Expand your teaching skills by exploring the relationship between curriculum and teaching in elementary and middle schools.

Literacy Education: Develop the advanced skills that will help you meet the complex demands of fostering literacy learning in schools, in community sites, and in a variety of workplaces.

Lifelong Learning: Develop a broad view of learning and teaching that transpires both within and beyond formal schooling contexts.

School Psychology: Balance research, theory, and practice in this two-year, full-time clinical specialty program. 

PhD Program

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