Where will you go with Roosevelt University’s College of Education?
The Educational Studies program develops knowledge and skills essential for work with children and families. The minor is an excellent preparation for graduate study in education or counseling, and the major leads to entry-level positions in early childhood education and other social service areas.
Named in honor of FDR’s New Deal, the New Deal Teacher Academy prepares licensed teachers to make a difference in the learning of children from diverse ethnic, economic, and language backgrounds. Learn more by exploring the links below.
Our nationally accredited (CACREP) graduate programs prepare clinical mental health and school counselors to bring balance and perspective to children, adolescents, and adults who seek support in an increasingly complex and diverse world. Learn more by exploring the links below.
Programs in Language, Literacy and Leadership provide licensed teachers with knowledge and skills essential for effective teaching and leadership in a diverse, multilingual society. Flexible online and face-to-face course schedules enable teachers to earn graduate degrees while working full-time, as well as one or more of the following endorsements: Bilingual/ESL, LBSI, principal, reading teacher, reading specialist, and teacher leader.
The College of Education offers endorsement only options for students who already hold an initial teaching or school service personnel license. Successful completion of the endorsement coursework fulfills the State of Illinois requirements and prepares students to take the accompanying licensure exams.
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