College of Professional Studies

Graduate Programs


Welcome to the School of Education's graduate programs. We offer the largest amount of graduate programs on campus, featuring programs in Counselor Education, Educational Leadership, and Special Education.

Counselor Education 

Our counseling program offers specializations in Couple and Family Counseling and School Counseling. We prepare counselors to be highly effective professionals who can meet the needs of clients and students in a variety of settings.  Our interdisciplinary faculty are leaders in their fields at the state, national, and international levels.

Educational Leadership 

Highly-effective educational leaders are essential for high-performance learning environments.  Our leadership program prepares educators to be Indiana licensed building-level leaders that can meet the complex demands of the modern principalship and transform learning environments for P-12 teachers, students, and the communities they serve.

Special Education

Our special education program offers flexible options of traditional, hybrid, and select online courses coordinated with local school schedules. Our courses are taught by highly qualified and experienced faculty with collectively over 30 years of P-12 teaching and current K-12 special education teachers who bring a variety of teaching styles and approaches to the classroom with the goal to develop a community of compassionate teachers.

Click here for Graduate Admission Requirements

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