Health & Behavior Studies

Inspire a Love of Language

The study of English can play a pivotal role in the intellectual and cultural development of children, and the right teacher can help create a welcoming environment for students to develop as readers, writers, speakers and listeners.

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Strengthening Disciplinary Knowledge and Professional Practice

We produce teachers who are also exemplary learners in their own classrooms, committed to developing themselves as professionally well-informed practitioners who create instructional practices to serve the needs of a diverse population of students.

Degrees
  • Master of Arts (MA)
  • Master of Education (Ed M)
  • Doctor of Education (Ed D)
  • Doctor of Philosphy (Ph D)
  • Doctor of Education in the College Teaching of English (Ed DCT)
Career Paths:
  • Secondary School English Teacher
  • College English Teacher
  • Teacher Educator
  • Scholar
  • Researcher

Health & Behavior Studies

Helping Students Reach their Full Potential

Every student deserves a chance to be healthy and learn in a safe, supportive and nurturing environment. Our programs help practitioners, scholars and leaders use evidence-based methods to ensure that students of all capability levels have everything they need to succeed.

 
Career Paths:
  • Readings Specialist
  • School Psychologist
  • Nurse Educator
  • Nutritionist
  • Hearing Impairment & Reading Specialist
  • Rehabilitation Counselor
Programs:
  • Reading Specialist
  • School Psychology
  • Health Studies
    • Health Education
    • Nursing Education
    • Diabetes Education & Management
    • Nutrition
    • Community Health & Nutrition Education
    • Exercise Physiology
  • Special Education
    • Applied Behavioral Analysis
    • Guidance & Rehabilitation
    • Intellectual Disability & Autism
    • Deaf & Hard of Hearing
    • Severe or Multiple Disabilities

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