School of Education
The School of Education offers undergraduate, alternate, add-on certification, and graduate programs in a variety of areas.
Undergraduate programs include Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, and the following areas in Secondary Education: English, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Social Studies. Elementary and Secondary Education programs in Fine Arts and Foreign Languages (French and Spanish) are also available.
TeachLSUS, our non-master's certification only program, leads to certification Elementary Education Grades 1-5 and the above mentioned Secondary Education areas Grades 6-12. Applicants for the TeachLSUS program must complete an application packet and interview prior to acceptance into the program.
Graduate degrees include the Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction (MEDCI) and Master of Education in Educational Leadership (MEDL), and the Doctor of Education in Leadership Studies (EDDLS). Candidates entering the MEDCI program select one of the following concentrations of study: Academically Gifted, Educational Technology, Library Science, Reading/Literacy, English as a Second Language, or Secondary Content (English, Math, Science, or Social Studies).
The School also offers add-on certifications in the areas of Academically Gifted, Computer Literacy, Educational Technology Facilitator, Educational Technology Leader, Library Science, Reading Specialist and English as a Second Language.