Welcome to the Eugene T. Moore School of Education. The undergraduate education unit at Clemson is not only one of the largest in the state, but based upon objective criteria and test data provided by the Commission on Higher Education, also academically among the strongest. As a cohesive package, the degree programs offered through the Eugene T. Moore School of Education constitute a comprehensive educational enterprise designed to serve the state’s needs from basic undergraduate programs to those offering the terminal degree. They are supported by a professional faculty of highly qualified individuals holding terminal degrees from regional and national research universities.
The Eugene T. Moore School of Education's conceptual framework is consensus based and addresses the fundamental issues of what students need to know (knowledge), what they need to be able to do (skills), what they value (dispositions), and how they interface with their communities, large and small (connections). The conceptual framework, simply stated, is to prepare caring, capable, and connected professionals for the twenty-first century.