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Statement of Purpose

The School of Education prepares professional educators who demonstrate knowledge of theory and practice by making informed decisions leading to exemplary instruction for all learners.

Program Learning Outcomes

During this program of study, each candidate will:

  • Integrate Intentional Design (IID): Research and create comprehensive school counseling programs that focus on student outcomes. (IL, SR)
  • Apply Disciplinary Competencies (ADC): Demonstrate legal, ethical and professional knowledge and skills in pre-K-12 public and private school settings. (CE, IL)
  • Model Ethical Leadership (MEL): Model servant leadership to actively promote ethical school counseling practices in a pre-K-12 public or private school. (CE, EL, RP)
  • Exercise Informed Reflection (EIR): Implement an impartial and balances approach to deliver services within a diverse school setting. (IL, RP)
  • Promote Active Learning (PAL): Identify effective strategies for lifelong learning in a global and digital world, including shaping a personal learning network to support continuous professional growth in school counseling. (EC, CE)

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