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Lynch School of Education

Graduate Programs

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The faculty of the Lynch School of Education is committed to research and professional preparation based on reflective practice and the scientist-practitioner model.

The curriculum is directed toward promoting social justice for children, families, and communities, particularly in urban settings, and toward developing students' research skills and attitudes.

The Lynch School offers the M.Ed., M.A., M.A.T., M.S.T., C.A.E.S., Ed.D., and Ph.D. degrees.

Graduate programs serve a dual purpose:

research—preparing students in research-based knowledge of their profession with specialized competence in the evaluation of educational and psychological innovations, and in basic and applied quantitative and qualitative research methodologies

practice—preparing students to apply knowledge in appropriate areas of specialization to practice in both academic and nonacademic settings.

 
EDUCATION
PSYCHOLOGY
Doctoral Programs
  Curriculum and Instruction (Ph.D.)
  Educational Administration (Ed.D.)
  Educational Research, Measurement, and Evaluation (Ph.D.)
  Higher Education (Ph.D.)
C.A.E.S. Programs
Master's Degree Programs
  Curriculum and Instruction (M.Ed.)
  Educational Administration (M.Ed.)
  Educational Research, Measurement, and Evaluation (M.Ed.)
  Higher Education (M.A.)
  Early Childhood Teaching (M.Ed.)
  Elementary Teaching (M.Ed.)
  Reading/Literacy (M.Ed.)
  Religious Education (M.Ed.)
(offered through the School of Theology and Ministry)
  Secondary Education (M.Ed., M.A.T., M.S.T.)
  Special Education (M.Ed.)
Doctoral Programs
  Counseling Psychology (Ph.D.)
  Applied Developmental and Educational Psychology (Ph.D.)
Master's Degree Programs
  Mental Health Counseling (M.A.) - 48 Credit
  Mental Health Counseling (M.A.) - 60 Credit
  School Counseling (M.A.)
  Applied Developmental and Educational Psychology (M.A.)
  Early Childhood Specialist (M.A.)