Prospective Students

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Step OneChoosing the right program / TestimonialsWoman standing up and looking through binocularsStudent Perspectives - Testimonials

The Charter College of Education (CCOE) offers a number of different programs, degrees, and certificates. The first step is to select the program that is the best match for you.

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Applied and Advanced Studies in Education

Curriculum and Instruction

Special Education and Counseling

Select this area of interest to learn more about earning an administrative credential, teaching English as a second language or foreign language, or instructional technology.

Select this area of interest to learn more about earning a teaching credential or graduate degrees related to teaching.

Select this area of interest to learn more about becoming a school counselor, school psychologist, rehabilitation counselor, marriage and family therapist, behavior analyst, and a wide range of specialization options as special educators. The options include credential, certificate, undergraduate degree, graduate degree and doctoral options.

Step twoThe Application Process

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Once you have identified the program you are most interested in, you'll need to go through a formal application process.

Next, you'll contact the appropriate division for application procedures associated with your chosen program. This usually entails a second application to be processed through the Charter College of Education.
Note: The application deadline for the Charter College of Education programs is the same date as the University deadline.

Still not sure what program is for you? You can contact the main office within each division to identify faculty or staff members that can provide advisement and guide you to the best match. Please click here for phone numbers to the various offices.

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To attend an upcoming orientation session on admissions to any teaching credential program, please click here. 

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