The School of Education is accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). To receive accreditation, the school has demonstrated that it meets the following standards:
- content and pedagogical knowledge
- clinical partnership and practice
- candidate quality, recruitment and selectivity
- program impact
- provider quality, continuous improvement, and capacity
The MSED in School Counseling
and MSED in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
programs are CACREP–accredited programs.
As part of that CAEP accreditation process, the following programs were nationally recognized by professional associations or reviewing bodies:
CAEP annual reporting measures
All students in the School of Education meet rigorous requirements. They are well-prepared and successful in their chosen fields. Below you will see information and data about students and graduates of the School of Education.