Burton College of Education


McNeese's Burton College of Education is home to the Department of Education Professions and the H.C. Drew School of Health and Human Performance. Through a wide range of degree programs, close interaction with faculty members and internships and student teaching opportunities, we strive to instill in our students a love of lifelong learning and the skills, experience and knowledge to pursue their careers or continue their education after graduation.

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Our Degree & Certificate Programs

Our Mission

The mission of the Burton College of Education is to create exemplary educational experiences that empower our students, invest in our communities, and impact the world.

Our Vision

The Burton College of Education is committed to developing graduates fully prepared for their careers and who positively influence the communities in which they serve by supporting the success, health, and well-being for all.

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Guiding Principles

Candidates are prepared in general knowledge, professional education and specialty studies. Critical components found throughout the program include:

  • Empower. Professional experiences and technology integration
  • Invest. Mentorship and coaching, advocating for equity
  • Impact. Partnerships and professional development

Education Round Up

Education Roundup is a compilation of online lessons created by McNeese State University spring 2020 student teachers and interns. These interactive lessons are designed to provide additional resources for remediation, practice and extension of learning and include guidance for parents, students and educators.


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