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The College of Education offers a number of different areas of study for teachers, trainers, and administrators looking to advance their knowledge in educational settings and the workplace.

This program provides teachers with a better understanding of key teaching strategies to support multilingual students. It provides teachers the knowledge needed to serve Bilingual/ESL students.

This program provides educators with a holistic approach to diversity & equity issues in P-16 learning environments. Coursework prepare educators to understand how diversity & equity relates to learning theories, leadership, and pedagogy.

This program provides students with the opportunity to learn and think more critically about issues of globalization and education. It also helps educators incorporate international perspectives into their curricula, pedagogy, and everyday practice.

This program focuses on helping students learn how to support their organization by gaining knowledge and skills in all administrative functions--planning, directing & coordinating programs to enhance the knowledge and skills of an organization's employees.

Students will learn research-based curricular and instructional strategies including the use of new digital media to effectively teach students for whom English is a Second Language.

This program provides educators and training/learning development professionals the opportunity to learn how to create more engaging learning environments by integrating new media technologies. Students learn to be active designers of their own knowledge.

This program prepares educators to better understand technology and know how to use it in their classroom or workplace. Students will learn about emerging technologies and about their implications on teaching and learning.