The NDSU School of Education, housed within the College of Human Sciences and Education, is sub-divided into three program areas: Counselor Education, Educational and Organizational Leadership, and Teacher Education.
The six faculty members in the Counselor Education program area are responsible for academic degrees in Counseling, including both School Counseling and Clinical Mental Health Counseling at the Master's level and Counselor Education and Supervision at the doctoral level.
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The twelve faculty members in the Educational and Organizational Leadership program area are responsible for Master's level programs in both K12-focused Educational Leadership, including the innovative Teacher Leader Academy model that brings educational leadership coursework to a district near you, post-secondary-focused Educational Leadership, and doctoral degrees in Education with foci in Adult and Community Education, Institutional Effectiveness, and Organizational Learning and Leadership!
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The twelve faculty members in the Teacher Education program area, along with several additional faculty members with partial appointments in the School of Education are responsible for all undergraduate programs in education as well as several Master's degrees, many of which lead to teacher licensure.
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