The Reich College of Education is organized into five departments, with each department housing several undergraduate and graduate programs. Several programs offer Accelerated Master's opportunities where students can earn both their undergraduate and graduate degrees by beginning graduate work during their senior year.
The Department of Child Development, Literacy, and Special Education offers innovative programs focusing on all facets of child development, reading, writing, language arts and specific areas of special education..
Undergraduate Programs: Child Development (licensure and non-licensure), Special Education (adapted or general curriculum K-12)
Accelerated Master's: Reading Education, Special Education
Graduate Programs: Reading Education, Special Education
The Department of Counseling, Family Therapy, and Higher Education offers programs that prepare students for human services positions in K-12 schools, colleges/universities, and mental health agencies.
Graduate Programs: Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Higher Education, Marriage and Family Therapy, Professional School Counseling, Student Affairs Administration
The Department of Leadership and Educational Studies prepares students to assume educational leadership roles in community colleges, universities, public schools, and related educational settings through active scholarship, reflection, professional discourse and interdisciplinary programs of study based on the integration of theory and practice.
Graduate Programs: Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership
The Department of Learning, Teaching, and Curriculum is dedicated to developing and implementing transformational educational experiences that help students critically question and deconstruct the complex intersections of environmental, cultural, historical, and political factors that influence and affect teaching and learning.
Undergraduate Programs: Elementary Education and Middle Grades Education
Graduate Programs: Curriculum Specialist, Elementary Education, Middle Grades Education
The Department of Media, Career Studies, and Leadership Development prepares students for employment in a wide variety of teaching, administrative and service roles, as well as employment or career advancement in business and industry.
Undergraduate Programs: Career and Technical Education, Workforce Leadership Development
Graduate Programs: Media Technology and Learning Design, Library Science (MLS), School Administration (MSA)