Dec 09, 2022  
2017-2018 Graduate Catalog 
    
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Educational and Clinical Studies


The Department of Educational and Clinical Studies offers graduate degree programs at the master’s and doctoral levels. Master’s level programs are designed for applied practice in educational (i.e., early childhood, early childhood special education, English language learning, school counseling, special education) and clinical settings (i.e., clinical/mental health counseling). Many of the master’s level programs are aligned to educational licensure and/or endorsement requirements in the state of Nevada. The doctoral program in special education is designed for future professors or educational leaders in special education (i.e., autism, learning disabilites, emotional/behavioral disabilites, gifted, intellectual disabilites, early childhood special education) or early childhood education.

Monica Brown, Ph.D., Chair
Joseph Morgan, Ph.D., Graduate Coordinator (Early Childhood, English Language Learning, Special Education)
Chris Wood, Ph.D., Graduate Coordinator (Counselor Education)
Josh Baker, Ph.D., Doctoral Coordinator

Program Information 

Educational and Clinical Studies Faculty  

Educational and Clinical Studies Courses  

Department Website

Plans 

Advanced Graduate Certificate in Addiction Studies  

Advanced Graduate Certificate in Mental Health Counseling  

Graduate Certificate in Early Childhood Special Education - Infancy  

Graduate Certificate In Early Childhood Special Education-Preschool  

Master of Education - School Counseling  

Master of Education - Early Childhood Education  

Master of Education - English Language Learning  

Master of Education - Special Education  

Master of Science - Clinical Mental Health Counseling  

Doctor of Philosophy - Special Education  

Dual Degree: Doctor of Philosophy - Special Education & Juris Doctor