Whether you want to study the cultural issues that affect education, become a school counselor, teach people with special needs, or become a researcher, you’re bound to find what you need with our wide range of graduate degrees and programs.
The College of Education offers a wide array of certifications allowing students to attain a deeper understanding in respective aspects of the field by studying specific areas.
Application for graduate degrees and programs is made through the Graduate College.
The Graduate College works closely with upper administration, graduate council, faculty senate, directors of graduate studies, other faculty, and students, advocates for graduate education and sets the direction for the Graduate community. The College provides a wide range of services, financial as well as academic. Many of the forms needed for degree certification ( e.g. Application to Graduate Programs, Plan of Study, Results of the Oral Comprehensive Examination for Doctoral Candidacy, Committee Appointment (formerly Advancement to Candidacy), Announcement of Final Oral Examination) can be found on GradPath.