Accreditation

In 2015, The School of Education received full, continued accreditation by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), currently called the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). The next accreditation visit will use the CAEP Standards and is scheduled for Spring 2022.

The following Programs were part of the 2015 NCATE Accreditation Review:
Ed.S in Educational Leadership Specialist or C.A.S.
Ed.S. in Curriculum and Instruction Specialist or C.A.S.
Educational Leadership (Building) Master's
Educational Leadership (District) Master's
Elementary Education Baccalaureate
English Education Baccalaureate
M. A. in Teaching Master's
M.Ed in Counselor Education Master's
M.Ed in Curriculum and Instruction - Online Master's
M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction Master's
M.Ed. in Early Chidlhood Education Master's
M.S. in Communications Sciences and Disorders Master's
Mathematics Education Baccalaureate
Music Education Baccalaureate
Science Education Baccalaureate
Social Studies Education Baccalaureate
Special Education Baccalaureate

The following Programs will be part of the 2022 CAEP Accreditation Review:
Ed.S in Educational Leadership Specialist or C.A.S.
Educational Leadership (Building) Master's
Elementary Education Baccalaureate
English Education Baccalaureate
M. A. in Teaching Master's
M.Ed in Counselor Education Master's
Mathematics Education Baccalaureate
Music Education Baccalaureate
Science Education Baccalaureate
Social Studies Education Baccalaureate
Special Education Baccalaureate

The School also holds accreditation with three specialized associations:

 

2015 NCATE/CAEP Decision
2015 NCATE/CAEP Accreditation Letter
NCATE/CAEP 2015 Documents