MAEd in School Guidance Counseling

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Teacher Leader Master of Arts in Education (TLMAE) and Rank I Professional Specialty Options

  • Director of Special Education DOSE (certificate option available)
  • English as a Second Language ESL (endorsement option available
  • Gifted and Talented (endorsement option available)
  • Environmental Education (endorsement option available)
  • Teacher Leader (endorsement option available in Rank I for students without teacher leadership in their MA)
  • Moderate and Severe Disabilities
  • Curriculum
  • Special Education
  • School Guidance Counseling
  • Psychology
  • English
  • Biology
  • Health and Physical Education
  • Sociology
  • Business
  • Math
  • Chemistry
  • English
  • Reading
  • Information Technology
  • Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education
  • Online Master of Arts in Education - Teacher Leader
  • Online Master of Arts in School Improvement - Rank I
  • Online Master of Arts in Special Education - Initial Certification
  • Online Master of Arts in Special Education - Teacher Leader

For those educators wishing to further their education, Campbellsville University offers several graduate level programs.  A master's degree is available in our Teacher Leader Master of Arts in Education, Master of Arts in Special Education which offers initial certification for those with a bachelor's degree in a non-educational field.  We also offer a Rank I program with various endorsements to chose from including, Gifted, ESL, DOSE, or other specialty area.  The endorsements may all be taken independently of the Rank I program or in conjunction.

                                      Graduate Advisors

Dr. Lisa Allen TLMAE/Rank I/Endorsements
Dr. Lisa Fulks 
Louisville Center Special Education
Dr. Bill Stout (Q - Z)
Special Education
Ms. Norma Wheat (A - P)
Special Education/DOSE/MSD

 For more information, contact us:

Campbellsville University
1 University Drive, UPO 791
Campbellsville, KY  42718
1.800.264.6014, ext. 5252

 "Empowerment for Learning"