Counseling and Graduate Education Programs
Take the step to learn more and teach more.
With a graduate degree in education, you’ll become the master educator that your students need and deserve.
- Immersive field experiences
- The ability to build a network of numerous references
- Support from the entire Mastodon community
- An understanding of students from diverse backgrounds with unique learning styles
- A prestigious Purdue education
The School of Education is accredited through CAEP (Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation).
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Student Learning Outcomes
This 18-credit-hour postbaccalaureate certification program will allow the teacher candidate to obtain an exceptional needs (mild intervention) teaching license. Teacher candidates are eligible to complete the coursework if they hold a current teaching license.
Upon completion of this certificate, students will be able to demonstrate the following learning outcomes:
- Engage in professional learning and practice within ethical standards
- Address students’ individual developmental needs through effective specialized instruction and appropriate environments
- Demonstrate the ability to make decisions based on assessment data for social, emotional, and cognitive development of individual students
- Collaborate with families and professionals
- Curriculum Designer
- Educator (informal)
- School Administrator
- School Counselor
- School Librarian