Degrees and Programs
The Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education houses three departments with various program areas. Please see below for a comprehensive list of all degrees and programs offered through the College.
Dr. Lawrence Baines, Department Chair
The mission of the Department of Instructional Leadership and Academic Curriculum is to prepare teachers and other professionals for leadership roles in education-related settings; to engage in critical inquiry through professionally recognized research and scholarship; and to provide leadership to the profession and society.
Dr. David Tan, Department Chair
There are three graduate program areas within the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies: Adult and Higher Education (EDAH); Educational Administration, Curriculum, and Supervision (EACS); and Educational Studies (EDS). Each program has its separate admissions process, course offerings, and faculty. Information about each program area can be obtained by clicking the links on the left or by contacting the program area coordinators.
Dr. Xun Ge, Department Chair
The Department of Educational Psychology offers degree programs at the master's and doctoral levels in Counseling, Instructional Psychology and Technology, and Special Education. The Special Education program also offers bachelor of science degree and teacher certification. The department is committed to developing and disseminating new knowledge through scholarly activity, delivering quality instruction and professional training, and pursuing research and training opportunities at the junctures of the disciplines within the department.
Degrees & Programs Matrix
Below is a complete overview of the degrees and certification programs offered by the Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education.