Grounded in John Carroll University’s Jesuit mission and liberal arts tradition, the Department of Education & School Psychology prepares students to teach and lead for a more just society in schools and other settings.
The department offers programs for undergraduate students seeking careers in early childhood, middle childhood, and adolescent/young adult.
The department also offers graduate programs for students seeking initial teacher licensure; master’s degrees in educational psychology, school psychology, and several post-master’s degree and endorsement programs.
Because . . .
- You’ll receive a solid foundation for your career – and life.
- You’ll learn from caring, expert education faculty.
- You’ll get valuable firsthand experience in area schools.
- You’ll participate in a unique professional year.
- You’ll be successful!
Over the last three academic years, our students have excelled in Ohio’s licensure exams evidenced in outstanding pass rate: 2013-2014: 62 completers, 97% pass rate; 2014-2015: 65 completers, 96% pass rate; and 2015-2016: 52 completers, 95% pass rate.