Thank you for considering Nicholls State University’s College of Education for your advanced post baccalaureate training.
Whether you are pursuing a degree in curriculum and instruction, educational leadership, school counseling, clinical mental health counseling or school psychology, you will find a dedicated faculty ready to assist you in obtaining your graduate degree.
The College of Education is fully accredited by NCATE. All of our graduate programs have recently been redesigned to meet national specialty association and Louisiana State Department of Education guidelines.
As you review our Web site, you will find there are five concentration areas within the curriculum and instruction degree program designed to meet your educational goals. These include concentrations in early childhood, high incidence disabilities, reading, elementary education and secondary education. If you are interested in becoming a reading specialist, I invite you to take a look at our new accelerated master’s degree program that may be completed in one calendar year. We also offer a program designed to prepare leaders for exciting careers in higher education.
The College of Education is centrally located on campus in Polk Hall. Our diverse faculty are experienced educators ready to help you achieve your goals. Thanks again for selecting Nicholls for your graduate training.
Dr. Norman Dale Norris
Counselor Training Clinic
Get hands-on experience counseling individuals and couples in our campus Counselor Training Clinic.
Calling all COE alumni
The College of Education Alumni Association invites all students who have earned undergraduate and graduate degrees to join. Members will be invited to socials and receive a college newsletter.
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