The College of EHHS currently has 25 Master’s programs and 14 Doctoral programs, including Doctor of Philosophy, Doctor of Audiology and Doctor of Education degrees. The breadth of these offerings, coupled with faculty expertise and experience in research and teaching, makes our college an ideal place to pursue graduate study in the disciplines related to education, health and human services. Please read on for program specific information.

School of Health Sciences

Exercise Physiology (M.A.)

The Master of Science degree in Exercise Physiology prepares graduates for a wide variety of career options, including exercise prescription and research, as well as future doctoral study.
 

Exercise Physiology (Ph.D.)

The Ph.D. degree in Exercise Physiology prepares students for a wide variety of career options, including exercise prescription and research.
 

Health Education and Promotion (M.A.)

The Master of Education degree in Health Education and Promotion is designed to enable individuals to pursue their diverse interests in the field while addressing the competencies essential to the professional development of health educators
 

Health Education and Promotion (PH.D.)

The Ph.D. degree in Health Education and Promotion emphasizes the interaction among the theoretical, empirical and applied nature of health education.
 

Nutrition (M.S.)

The Master of Science degree in Nutrition emphasizes a strong nutritional sciences foundation through coursework and opportunities to participate in interdisciplinary research in community settings.
 

Speech Language Pathology (M.A.)

The Master of Arts degree in Speech Language Pathology educates competent speech-language pathologists to critically evaluate communication disorders and the methods used in the habilitation and rehabilitation of those disorders.
 

Speech Language Pathology (PH.D)

The Ph.D. degree in Speech Language Pathology provides the student with a strong theoretical background and research competencies in communication processes and/or disorders and is ideal for those interested in academic and research careers in communications sciences.
 

School of Foundations, Leadership and Administration

Cultural Foundations (M.A.)

The Master of Arts degree in Cultural Foundations explores education through a range of disciplinary and interdisciplinary perspectives: philosophy of education, history of education, sociology of education, comparative/international education, anthropology of education, gender studies, multicultural studies and religious studies.
 

Cultural Foundations (M.ED.)

The Master of Education degree in Cultural Foundations explores education through a range of disciplinary and interdisciplinary perspectives: philosophy of education, history of education, sociology of education, comparative/international education, anthropology of education, gender studies, multicultural studies and religious studies.
 

Cultural Foundations (PH.D.)

The Ph.D degree in Cultural Foundations explores education through a range of disciplinary and interdisciplinary perspectives: philosophy of education, history of education, sociology of education, comparative/international education, anthropology of education, gender studies, multicultural studies and religious studies.
 

Educational Leadership K-12 (M.A.)

The Master of Education degree in Educational Leadership–K-12 prepares teachers to become administrators in public and private school settings.
 

Educational Leadership K-12 (ED.S.)

The Educational Specialist degree in Educational Leadership–K-12 provides continuing educational opportunities for practitioners who wish to hold professional leadership positions such as director of instruction, special subject/area coordinator, director of staff development, director of research and director of pupil services.

 

Educational Leadership K-12 (PH.D.)

The Master of Education degree in Educational Leadership–K-12 prepares teachers to become administrators in public and private school settings.
 

Evaluation and Measurement (M.ED.)

The Master of Education degree in Evaluation and Measurement develops educators and specialists in the areas of assessment, measurement, research design and program evaluation.
 

Evaluation and Measurement (PH.D.)

The Ph.D. degree in Evaluation and Measurement develops professionals who have the theoretical knowledge base and application skills to teach courses at the college level in research design, statistics, measurement and evaluation; conceptualize, design and evaluate a wide variety of research methodologies; choose appropriate analyses for questions and designs that have been proposed; communicate effectively with educators and other professionals in the development and application of research and psychometric materials; and evaluate programs culminating in written reports.
 

Higher Education Administration and Student Affairs (M.ED.)

The Master of Education degree in Higher Education Administration and Student Affairs prepares graduates to assume a wide variety of administrative positions within colleges and universities throughout the world, ranging from entry level to director level.
 

Higher Education Administration (PH.D.)

The Ph.D. degree in Higher Education Administration prepares students for careers as highly effective higher education administrators and staff professionals. The coursework prepares students for the varied challenges facing two-year, four-year and graduate institutions and communities today, and helps shape educational institutions in the future.
 

Hospitality and Tourism Management (M.S.)

The Master of Science degree in Hospitality and Tourism Management provides an integrated hospitality and tourism education with an emphasis on regional, national and global implications of the field.
 

Sport and Recreation Management (M.A.)

The Master of Arts degree in Sport and Recreation Management provides students a knowledge base in management theory and application in both sport and recreation settings. The program culminates with an internship, research project or thesis.
 
 

School of Lifespan Development & Educational Sciences

Clinical Mental Health Counseling (M.Ed.)

The Master of Education degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling prepares students for employment as counselors in community-based human service agencies (e.g., substance abuse facilities, mental health centers, child and family service agencies) and private counseling facilities.
 

School Counseling (M.ED.)

The Master of Education degree in School Counseling prepares students for employment as professional school counselors in K-12 schools.
 

Counseling (ED.S.)

The Educational Specialist degree in Counseling can be highly individualized to meet the needs of students having interests in a variety of school or community settings.
 

Counselor Education and Supervision (PH.D.)

The Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision provides advanced level preparation for counselors in various public and private human service and mental health settings, as well as preparing individuals for counselor education faculty positions in colleges and universities.
 

Educational Psychology (M.A.)

The Master of Arts degree in Educational Psychology provides advanced study for students interested in the application of psychological principles to learning and instruction.
 

Educational Psychology (M.ED)

The Master of Education degree in Educational Psychology provides advanced study for students interested in the application of psychological principles to learning and instruction.
 

Educational Psychology (PH.D)

The Ph.D. degree in Educational Psychology provides an advanced and interdisciplinary study in the principles of human cognition, learning and development.
 
 

Human Development and Family Studies (M.A.)

The Master of Arts degree in Human Development and Family Studies provides students with advanced knowledge in the fields of family sciences and human development and the opportunity to develop multidisciplinary research and community outreach skills.
 

Rehabilitation Counseling (M.ED.)

The Master of Education degree in Rehabilitation Counseling features an interdisciplinary approach that focuses on the inclusion of persons with disabilities into the life of the community.
 

School Psychology (M.ED.)

The Master of Education degree in School Psychology provides a focus on the core principles of school psychological practice.
 

School Psychology (PH.D.)

The Ph.D. degree in School Psychology is committed to a scientist-practitioner model of training, which conceptualizes school psychologists as data-oriented problems solvers and transmitters of psychological knowledge and skill.
 

Special Education (M.ED.)

The Master of Education degree in Special Education provides students with advanced understanding of contemporary research and practice issues in special education.
 

School of Teaching, Learning and Curriculum Studies

Curriculum and Instruction (M.ED)

The Master of Education degree in Curriculum and Instruction provides a wide range of graduate study opportunities in progressive, research-based curriculum and teaching practices.
 

Curriculum and Instruction (PH.D)

The Ph.D. degree in Curriculum and Instruction prepares scholars for successful careers in college and university settings and produces curriculum leaders for schools and other educational institutions.
 

Early Childhood Education (MAT)

The Master of Arts in Teaching degree in Early Childhood Education is for qualified students who possess at least a baccalaureate in a discipline other than teacher education.
 

Early Childhood Education (M.ED.)

The Master of Education degree in Early Childhood Education prepares critically reflective teachers with advanced knowledge in pre-school through primary multi-disciplinary curriculum.
 

Educational Technology (M.ED.)

The Master of Education degree in Educational Technology prepares students to design, develop and use a variety of technologies in school classrooms, in training facilities or in other educational settings.
 

Secondary Education (MAT)

The Master of Arts in Teaching degree in Secondary Education serves individuals who have never held a teaching certificate or license.