Through the College of Arts & Sciences’ Graduate Studies Office the Department of Education & School Psychology offers:

Master of Education degree programs in the following areas:

  • Initial teacher license
    • Initial teaching licensure through the School-Based Program*
    • Initial teaching licensure through the Professional Teacher Post-Baccalaureate Program*
  • Educational psychology
  • School psychology
  • Child and Adolescent Health and Wellness
  • Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Educational Administration – under development

*Master of Arts programs are designed to meet the needs of students primarily interested in research-oriented programs. M.A. programs are offered in the same areas listed above with the exception of Initial teaching licensure through the School-Based Program and Initial teaching licensure through the Professional Teacher Post-Baccalaureate Program.

Post master’s degree programs in the following areas:

Endorsement programs in the following areas:

  • Early childhood generalist
  • Middle childhood generalist
  • Reading
  • Teacher leader

To learn more about graduate programs offered through the Department of Education & School Psychology, including each program’s course of study, and to apply for admission, please visit John Carroll’s Office of Graduate Studies website.