The Department of Educational Administration & Human Resource Development has many emphasis areas to chose from. Which area of study are you most interested in?
The Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Development (HRD) is designed for students who have an interest in Human Resource Development in both the private sector and public sector.
The Bachelor of Science degree in Technology Management will inculcate students with the knowledge, skills, abilities, and attitudes to leverage technology opportunities in all organizations.
The 18-hour Human Resource Development (HRD) Honors Program will provide expanded study and broad-based opportunities for our most academically gifted and scholarly advanced majors.
Graduate-level certificate in Education & Social Sciences Advanced Research Methods (ARM)
This distinctive two-year program advances leaders who understand the multifaceted educational, social, moral, cultural, legal, political, and fiscal aspects of effective schools.
The SAAHE program strives meet the needs of all students. The 45 credit-hour program is innovative, inclusive, and comprehensive.
A 37 credit hour degree program which allows an individual to take the required course work completely as Web delivery, or if so desired, may have an option of taking campus based courses too.
The 42-hour master’s program prepares students to enter a mid-level management position at the college or university level.
Doctorate in Educational Administration, emphasis in PK-12 Educational Leadership (Ph.D.)
The Ph.D. program requires a minimum of 72 credit hours with a master’s degree or 96 credit hours without a master’s degree.
Doctorate in Educational Administration, emphasis in PK-12 Educational Leadership (Ed.D.)
The Educational Human Resource Development (EHRD) program with an emphasis in Adult Education develops adult education practitioners who are critically reflective, student-centered and committed to social justice.
Doctorate in Educational Administration, emphasis in Higher Education Administration (Ph.D.)
Online, 12-semester credit hour certificate in Adult Education
To complete the Principal Certification, students must be fully admitted to the PK-12 Educational Administration Master’s Program