The Burton College of Education with the Dore' School of Graduate Studies offers several programs for initial teacher certification and for advanced study in education through the Department of Education Professions. These programs are coordinated through the Office of Graduate Education Programs. Through relevant and rigorous curricula and field experiences, each program prepares candidates for professional roles in P-12 education. Each program's scope is pragmatic and specialized, blending theoretical content with practical application in curriculum, instruction, teaching, technology, counseling, and leadership in regular and special education settings.
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Privilege to Graduating Seniors
Degree Programs for Individuals Holding Teacher Certification
Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction
Master of Education in Educational Leadership
Master of Education in Educational Technology Leadership
Master of Education in School Counseling
Degree Programs for Individuals Seeking Teacher Certification
Master of Arts in Teaching in Elementary Education
Master of Arts in Teaching in Secondary Education
Degree Program for Individuals Seeking Non-Teaching Studies
Master of Science in Instructional Technology
Degree Program for Individuals Seeking Degree Post-Masters
Graduate-Only Certificate Programs for Individuals Seeking Add-On EndorsementsNote: These programs meet the prescribed coursework requirements for add-on endorsements by the Louisiana Department of Education (LDOE); however, the LDOE may have additional requirements for add-on endorsements that are not relevant to these curricula.
Effective with the 2013-2014 Catalog, to begin summer 2013, new graduate certificates will be added in (1) academically gifted education and (2) immersion education.
Dr. Brett Welch
Director of Graduate Education Programs
P.O. Box 92300
Lake Charles, LA 70609