Department of Special Education, Counseling and Student Affairs
Our department's academic components have a mission of preparing knowledgeable, ethical, caring decision makers who demonstrate inclusive perspectives toward the contexts of groups and institutions; student development and learning; teaching and guidance; inquiry and research methods; and research-enlightened clinical application, consultation, and practice.
Accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs
- Special Education
- Counselor Education and Supervision
- School Counseling
- College Student Development
- Student Affairs in Higher Education
- Academic Advising
- Leadership in Academic Advising
Graduate Programs and Endorsements
- Academic Advising Master's Degree (Online)
- Leadership in Academic Advising Doctorate (Online)
- College Student Development Master's Degree
- Counselor Education and Supervision Doctorate
- School Counseling Master's Degree
- Special Education Master's Degree (Online)
- Special Education Doctorate
- Student Affairs in Higher Education Doctorate
- Academic Advising Graduate Certificate (Online)
- Teaching Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder Graduate Certificate (Online)
- School Counselor Licensure
Faculty in Special Education, Counseling and Student Affairs serve the Department's mission in with these professional commitments:
- Delivery of exemplary instruction to undergraduate and graduate students.
- Production, interpretation, and dissemination of sound and useful research, scholarship, and other creative works.
- Leadership, consultation, collaboration, and service within the profession.
- Promotion, understanding, and celebration of diversity.
School Counseling Scholarships
Sample Dissertations from SECSA