- College Policies and Procedures
- Initial Programs Candidate Handbook
- Advanced Programs Candidate Handbook
- Assessment Handbook
- Specialized Professional Associations (SPAs)
There are currently 1,214 undergraduate and graduate students in our college. The prestigious Spadoni College of Education faculty facilitate undergraduate pre-service teaching programs in the areas of early childhood education, elementary education, middle grades education, special education, and physical education. For those students who are interested in teaching art or music education (PK-12), or math, science, English, and social studies at the secondary level (9-12), we have the Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) degree program. This is a graduate level program that provides an avenue of entry into the teaching profession through graduate study.
The idea that teaching and learning is a life-long endeavor is emphasized through our graduate education programs available to our in-service educators. Graduate programs are offered in the areas of M.Ed. Educational Leadership, Education Specialist in Educational Leadership, M.Ed. Learning and Teaching (Instructional Technology), M.Ed. Learning and Teaching (Literacy Education). We also offer Add-on Certificates in teaching English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL); Literacy Teacher; Literacy Coach; Special Education; and Online Teaching.