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College of Education and Human Services - Graduate Programs

COMMUNICATION DISORDERS:

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY - The graduate program is a six-semester program beginning in the summer and concluding in the spring of the second year. Graduate students participate in traditional lecture, seminar and demonstration courses as well as in performance of specified competencies required in the professional setting. Practicum is considered an integral part of graduate study. Graduate students participate in a wide variety of assessment and treatment experiences in the MSU Speech and Hearing Clinic, hospitals, schools, rehabilitation, skilled nursing and other facilities holding affiliation agreements with the program. 

POST-BACCALAUREATE PROGRAM - The Communication Disorders post-baccalaureate (PB) program is designed as an avenue to graduate studies in Speech-Language Pathology for individuals with a bachelor’s degree in a discipline other than communication disorders.

NONPROFIT LEADERSHIP STUDIES

Certificate - The Youth & Nonprofit Leadership Certificate program is designed for individuals working in positions such as administrative, program development, or direct services positions in a wide range of settings.  This certificate will provide additional information and skills for those with leadership responsibilities or for those wanting to move toward assuming a greater leadership role.

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND LEADERSHIP - YOUTH AND NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION CONCENTRATION - This program will prepare individuals for leadership roles and functions to successfully work with individuals, groups, and teams in for-profit and non-profit businesses and organizations at the local, regional, national, and global levels. 


To continue your current teaching certification or to add certifications to prepare for new roles and responsibilities, explore the graduate programs by clicking on the links below:

EdD in P-20 & COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP

MASTER OF ARTS IN EDUCATION AND TEACHER LEADER ENDORSEMENT
• Career & Technical Education
• Elementary
• Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education (IECE)
• Mathematics
• Middle
• Secondary
• Special Education – Advanced Learning & Behavior Disorder

MASTER OF ARTS IN EDUCATION
• Reading and Writing (with Endorsement)
Library Media for Initial Certification
Library Media for Certification in Library Media
Special Education - Interdisciplinary Early Childhood
Special Education - Learning & Behavior Disorder
Special Education - Moderate & Severe

MASTER OF ARTS IN POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION ADMINISTRATION

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND LEADERSHIP (non-certification)

SCHOOL LEADERSHIP
• Building Principal License (P-12)
• Director of Pupil Personnel
• Director of Special Education
• Supervision, Coordination, and Principalship in CTE
• Superintendent of Schools
• Supervisor of Instruction

COUNSELING

SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY

ENDORSEMENTS
• Endorsement for School Safety
• Environmental Education endorsement to Teaching Certificate
• ESL Certificate endorsement to Teaching Certification
• Gifted Education endorsement to Teaching Certificate
• Individual Intellectual Assessment endorsement to Guidance Certification
• Instructional Computer Technology endorsement to Teaching Certificate
• Moderate to Severe Disabilities Requirements for Certification

RANK I
• Rank I in School Counseling
• 6th Year School Psychologist Certification

SPECIALIST DEGREES
• EdS in Education in Counseling - Clinical Mental Health Option (no certification)
• EdS in Education in Counseling - School Counseling Option
• EdS in Education in Counseling - School Psychology Option
• Specialist in Education Elem/Mid/Sec

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