The Petree College of Arts & Sciences offers a Master of Education degree in Applied Behavioral Studies & Counseling and a Master of Education degree in Elementary Education or Early Childhood Education with Montessori Certification.
The goal of graduate study is to prepare professionals through courses that offer intensive study of the field, leadership development, practicum and internship experience and research opportunities. Each plan of study has both structure and flexibility so the student can get a broad view of the field as well as select options to meet individual interests and needs. With small classes, students have opportunities for personalized learning experiences with an innovative and experienced faculty.
Important Notice: Effective August 1, 2007, the Department of Education is not accepting new graduate students into the M.Ed. in Early Childhood or M.Ed. in Elementary Education programs. Prospective students interested in those areas may be able to fulfill their educational goals though studies in the M.Ed. in Early Childhood Education with Montessori Certification or the M.Ed. in Elementary Education with Montessori Certification programs. For additional information contact the Department of Education.