Hone your leadership skills as a school principal. If you want to tackle the hard topics and have a deep passion for addressing social justice and equity issues pervasive in school systems, this program will give you the skills and know-how to tackle these challenges.
Become a licensed professional counselor, ready to tackle the systemic inequities in the educational system. Commit to disrupting the status quo and eliminating mental health disparities. Our nationally recognized faculty are experts in social justice and ready to work with you to confront racism, achievement gaps, and other discrimination in our education system.
Become a leading practitioner-scholar, promoting access, equity, and social justice within postsecondary contexts. This degree is a rare combination, offering content around student affairs and higher education administration rather than specializing in one or the other. Combining these two areas means you’ll be better able to serve and support college students.
Support students as their school counselor, putting special emphasis on lifting up underserved and disenfranchised populations. Earn your professional license in a program committed to breaking barriers and disrupting current inequities in our educational system.
At the intersection of school and community life, this is an opportunity for you to support students and their families as a licensed professional counselor. Our nationally recognized faculty are experts in social justice and ready to work with you to confront racism, achievement gaps, and other discrimination in our education system.
New for the Fall of 2021, this program is designed within a social justice framework across schools and communities to prepare educators, community organizers, faith-based leaders, policy-makers, and others to take on new challenges as socially-just curriculum specialists in institutions of higher education, schools and communities.
This program is intentionally designed to prepare candidates to meet the complex challenges of leading today’s Catholic schools. Graduates will demonstrate the knowledge, skills and dispositions to be highly effective Catholic school leaders, promoting the spiritual, academic, and social-emotional growth of their students.
Designed to prepare future principals to meet the complex challenges of leading today’s Catholic schools, this program is uniquely designed to ensure each principal candidate becomes a mission-driven, faith-based instructional leader within the Catholic School context.
This program seeks to develop expert educators capable of serving in a variety of settings, including English as a Second Language (ESL), English as a Foreign Language (EFL), Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), bilingual education, and general education with students labeled as English learners (ELs) or English language learners (ELLs).
Designed for individuals looking to make a difference in the lives of children, this program focuses on inclusive education and developing pedagogical and advocacy skills to promote equity and social justice for all learners in your classroom.