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Shape Young Minds

It takes a dedicated heart and a determined mind to create positive change in a community. To encourage and embolden, energize and educate. To make a lasting impression. Your path starts at the School of Education.


An education that moves you forward

The School of Education is home to three departments filled with courses designed to prepare you to lead, teach, counsel, and inspire.

Student and teacher

Faculty and Staff

Committed to you.

Our faculty are passionate educators who are dedicated to instilling in you a vision of doing public good. While advancing the values of the School of Education, our faculty members focus on ensuring that you gain and apply knowledge to prepare for your future.

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Real-world Learning

Steps that change your future.

Your education here—your journey—is about more than listening to lectures. This is about doing. This is about growing. This is about becoming the you that’s ready for the real world. 


High standards and continuous improvement.

You want an education rooted in continuous improvement and the desire to produce successful graduates. Our accreditation means we demonstrate that excellence through our course content, immersive experiences, program impact, and more.

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An Extreme Heart
“I have an extreme heart for serving others, and desire to be able to help the whole individual. This degree allows me to go beyond case management and meeting basic needs by providing holistic services to the individuals I work with.”
Raven Morton, M.S.E. ’22
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I Want to Help People
“I like to think that human services chose me. I want to help people that are in need, and I just felt this major aligned with my life.”
Robert Roxas, Human Services
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Contact us

Have questions?


Contact the School of Education at [email protected].