Graduate Programs

We are preparing leaders and innovators to meet the healthcare and educational needs of the future.

Our courses are taught by engaged faculty who bring real-world experience to the classroom. We offer online and evening classes in order to accommodate working professionals seeking to advance their careers. Students can choose from Ed.D, Ed.S, master’s and graduate certificate programs.

Take advantage of the opportunity to interact with a diverse population of students. Conduct meaningful research that will have local, regional and national impact.  Learn alongside experienced and knowledgeable faculty. Graduate programs in the College of Education, Health, and Human Services are designed to help you develop intellectually and prepare you for the next stage of your professional career.

Graduate Student Orientation

As a graduate student, you are likely trying to juggle classes with full time work and possibly family obligations.  In order to make things a little easier, we provide a collection of useful resources and links.

The Office of the Registrar website has a lot of useful information about how to register including links explaining how to add and drop courses.  The Academic Calendar lists key dates such as the start of classes, holiday breaks and add/drop deadlines.  Students will also find descriptions of the waitlist policy and the registration timetable, which shows when you can start to register based on the number of credits you have completed.  The Registration Restrictions page outlines the various messages students may encounter when trying to register for a class.  If you should happen to get one of these messages you can always feel free to contact the CEHHS Office of Student Success for assistance and questions.

CEHHS Resources

Campus Resources

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