School of Education


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As Clemson University rises to meet its goal of being a top-20 research institution, the Eugene T. Moore School of Education also strives to obtain top status in its academic programs.

The School of Education offers 9 teacher education undergraduate programs leading to certification: early childhood, elementary, secondary, agricultural (in cooperation with the College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences), and special education. Two MAT programs designed for career changers, a Master of Arts in Teaching in middle level education and a Master of Arts in Teaching in secondary education mathematics and science are also offered. Advanced teacher education master's program offerings include agricultural education (in cooperation with the College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences), literacy, special education, and teaching and learning. Last, a doctorate in curriculum and instruction is offered. These programs reside in the Department of Teacher Education.

In the Department of Leadership, Counselor Education, and Human and Organizational Development, masters degrees are offered in administration and supervision, human resource development, student affairs, clinical mental health counseling, and school counseling. An educational specialist degree is offered in administration and supervision and counselor education. A doctoral program is offered in higher education leadership and P-12 educational leadership. Additionally, an undergraduate minor in athletic leadership is offered.

We invite you to explore all the pages of our Web site for a wealth of information for student opportunities and accolades; our excellent faculty and staff; varied research and service endeavors and our centers and programs; as well as our mission and guiding principles. Choose Undergraduate or Graduate from the left navigation on this page for specific program information.

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