The Department of Educational Studies offers graduate degrees in a variety of areas. The advanced degrees that may be earned are Master of Science, Master of Science in Education, Educational Specialist, and Doctor of Philosophy.
Graduate students supplement coursework by a variety of preprofessional activities, such as assisting in research, teaching, and working in the clinics under staff supervision. Research and teaching assistantships, fellowships and scholarships are available in limited numbers for highly qualified students.
Our graduate program prepares students for assuming productive roles in research, teaching, and program development in many areas. We encourage an interdisciplinary approach to research and scholarship. Our faculty collaborates with a diverse array of scholars and practitioners both within and outside the field of education.
Financial Aid and Fellowship
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