The Department of Advanced Studies and Innovation offers graduate degrees in counseling, education, leadership, and educational innovation.
The MEd in Counseling with a concentration in School Counseling is designed to prepare candidates to become able and responsive counselors for students in pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade.
The MEd in Counseling with a concentration in Clinical Mental Health Counseling is designed to prepare candidates to become able and responsive licensed and professional counselors in clinical and private practice settings.
The EdS in Counseling assists practicing counselors to develop greater expertise and leadership skills in their current counseling field and to gain knowledge and practice in the supervision of counselors.
The EdS in Curriculum & Instruction prepares experienced educators who hold a T-5 certificate or higher to develop the knowledge, skills and dispositions to serve as curriculum specialists in their field; as well as to develop their research skills to conduct field research in the areas of curriculum, instruction and instructional program evaluation.
The EdD in Educational Innovation prepares scholarly practitioners to respond to evolving educational systems, to advocate for solutions to problems, and to foster innovation.