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Academic Programs

The Patton College houses five departments that offer both undergraduate teaching programs and graduate programs in a variety of fields in and related to education at various levels. The undergraduate program leads to teacher licensure and many of the graduate programs lead to licensure and/or certification in their respective fields.

Department of Counseling and Higher Education
The Department of Counseling and Higher Education offers graduate programs at the master's and doctoral levels in College Student Personnel, Counselor Education, and Higher Education.
For more information, please contact:
Valerie Conley, Chair, conleyv@ohio.edu


Department of Human and Consumer Sciences
The Department of Human and Consumer Sciences
For more information, please contact:
Beth VanDerveer, Interim Chair, vanderve@ohio.edu


Department of Educational Studies
The Department of Educational Studies offers graduate programs at the master's and doctoral levels in Cultural Studies in Education, Educational Administration, Educational Research and Evaluation, and Instructional Technology.
For more information, please contact:
David Moore, Chair, moored3@ohio.edu


Department of Recreation and Sport Pedagogy (RSP)
The Department of Recreation and Sport Pedagogy (RSP) offers graduate programs at the master's level in Coaching Education (on-line and on-campus) and Recreation Studies and undergraduate programs at the bachelor's level in Physical Education, Outdoor Recreation and Education, and Recreation Management.
For more information, please contact:
Beth VanDerveer, Chair, vanderve@ohio.edu

Department of Teacher Education
The Department of Teacher Education offers both undergraduate and graduate programs at the master's and doctoral levels in a range of teaching fields. Applicants seeking a master's degree and a teaching license will apply for a program "with licensure." Also, master's and doctoral programs are available for teachers who already hold a teaching license or a teaching certificate.

  • Undergraduate: Early Childhood, Middle Childhood Education, Adolescent to Young Adult Education, Special Education-Intervention Specialists Program K-12, Multi-age Education (K-12 Special Field)
  • Graduate: Middle Childhood Education with or without Licensure, Reading Education, Adolescent to Young Adult Education with or without Licensure, Mathematics Education, Science Education, Social Studies Education, Special Education with or without Licensure.

For more information, please contact:
Frans Doppen, Chair, doppen@ohio.edu

 

 

 

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