Graduate degrees in counseling may be earned with four different options:
The mission of the Master of Education degree with a major in Sport Administration is to prepare candidates for coaching and administrative positions interscholastic and intercollegiate athletics, intramural recreation, and community-based programs in sport, recreation, and leisure services. The curriculum offers students a broad background in theoretical and practical applications associated with best practices and current research.
The mission of the Master of Education degree with a major in Special Education is to prepare candidates to lead their schools and communities in providing services to students with disabilities.
The Curriculum and Instruction program at West College of Education is committed to faculty and student participation in scholarly discourse on all issues related to teaching and learning and to exploring the relationship between theory and practice in a variety of educational contexts. The faculty value life-long learning, community, collaboration, diversity, inquiry, and reflection.
The Master of Education degree with a major in Educational Leadership prepares students for school leadership roles. The program provides opportunities for students to learn and apply knowledge, skills, and dispositions set forth in Educational Leadership Constituent Council (ELCC) standards.
The Master of Education degree with a major in Educational Technology is designed to prepare the classroom teacher for integrating technology into the content areas in grades preK-12. The program will enable the student to explore current theory, research, and best practices in educational technology. Upon completion of the degree the student will be eligible to apply for certification as a Master Technology Teacher.