Missouri Graduate Education Schools & Programs
Missouri Graduate Education Schools with Master's & PhD Degree Programs
University of Missouri College of Education
US News and World Report ranked the University of Missouri (Mizzou) 45th in the Education colleges category in 2010. Educational Master and Doctoral degrees are available in these specializations: Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis (ELPA), Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology (ESCP), Learning, Teaching, and Curriculum (LTC), School of Information Science and Learning Technology (SISTL), and Special Education (SPED)
Ph.D. in PK-12 Educational Administration
This degree program can prepare students for leadership in PK-12 school systems, higher education teaching and research, and educational agency work. Coursework includes educational leadership, educational policy analysis, organizational analysis, and inquiry into policy and organizational analysis.
Master of Educational Psychology
Graduate students pursuing this degree will study the applications of educational psychology principles with an emphasis in one of two areas: cognition and development or measurement and statistics. The program requires a minimum of 33 semester hours.
* Address: 118 Hill Hall, Columbia, MO 65211
* Phone Number: (573) 882-8524
Washington University in St. Louis Department of Education
Ranked 45th in Education Schools by US News and World Report 2010, WUSTL provides a highly quality training program for teachers and educational professionals. The graduate education program offers Masters of Arts in Teaching, Education, and Education, Instructional Process and a Master of Science in Deaf Education, as well as a PhD in Education.
PhD in Education
The focus of the doctoral education program at WUSTL is to produce scholars who are highly skilled at teaching, research, and analysis of education. Coursework will include a broad understanding of the educational field of study, in-depth study in the student's chosen area of concentration, and the doctoral dissertation.
Master of Education, Instructional Process
This degree program is for practicing educators and is highly selective. There are three options of a student's course of study: professional development, elementary/middle school science education, and innovative certification. The coursework is composed of core credits, portfolio work, and specialized credit work that follow the specific course of study.
* Address: One Brookings Drive, St. Louis MO 63130
* Phone Number: (314) 935-6791
University of Missouri - Kansas City School of Education
UMKC is ranked 105th in US News and World Report's Education Schools 2010. Available degree programs include: Masters of Arts in Counseling and Guidance, Curriculum and Instruction, Educational Administration, Reading Education, and Special Education, Educational Doctorate degrees, a PhD in Counseling Psychology, and an Interdisciplinary PhD.
Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology
A very competitive program, this course of study allows students to begin research and analysis in their first semester. It has an internship component with an excellent history.
Master of Reading Education
Graduate students learn to assess reading levels, improve literacy, diagnose and treat reading disabilities, and use techniques and strategies in literacy. This degree leads to Missouri certification as a Special Reading Teacher.
* Address: 615 E. 52nd St., Kansas City, MO 64110
* Phone Number: (816) 235-2234