A specialization for everyone!
The counseling psychology program offers a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) and Master of Arts (M.A.) degrees, available in Pullman.
Ph.D. option that is rigorous, flexible and individually tailored. It focuses on the problems of culture and power in education, both contemporary and historical.
The M.A. and Ed.M. degree programs are designed for students with bachelor degrees who have an interest in deepening their knowledge in a specific content area (in or outside the College of Education), as well as educational research in curriculum and instruction.
Graduate studies at the masters and doctoral levels and administrator certification programs for the superintendent, residency principal, and residency program administrator certificates. The masters (M.A. and Ed.M.) and doctoral (Ed.D. and Ph.D.) degree programs offer specializations in K-12 educational leadership. The Ed.D. also offers a specialization for those interested in higher education administration.
The college’s program in educational psychology includes three graduate degree programs: M.A. in Education, Master of Education, and Ph.D. in Philosophy of Education.
The English language learner (ELL) courses offered at the Pullman, Vancouver, and Tri-Cities campuses can be used to fulfill a number of professional goals, including ELL endorsement, masters degree credits, PCP credits and personal professional development.
The Ph.D. in language, literacy and technology integrates the three focus areas and offers additional coursework in reading and writing, English language learning, and children’s literature.
The non-thesis Ed.M. degree focuses on K-12. Its purpose is to develop teachers’ or other professionals’ knowledge and skills. The M.A. degree is designed for students who wish to focus on educational research in language and literacy and who may pursue a doctoral degree.
The Ph.D. in Mathematics and Science Education is designed to develop scholars capable of making important contributions to the research base, professional context, and learning environments related to mathematics and science education.
The College of Education offers two master's degrees and a doctoral degree with specializations in special education.
WSU offers a comprehensive masters degree preparation in sport management, which prepares students for a variety of careers in the sport industry, including positions with professional sport organizations and events, university athletic departments, community and recreational sport agencies, amateur sports organizations, sport management firms, and sport media enterprises.
As a concentration in a larger Ed.D. Program at Washington State University, the Teacher Leadership Doctorate, which is a multi-campus program, has been designed to prepare K-16 teachers and practitioners for intellectual and practical leadership within classrooms, schools, districts, communities, teaching and/or community colleges, agencies, and the larger educational policy arena.
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