School of Education and Psychology (SOEP)


Prepare to make a difference for future generations through the School of Education and Psychology (SOEP).

Choose professional education courses that give you the knowledge and skills to teach in elementary schools (kindergarten through eighth grade) or in the field of special education. Your educational experience culminates in student teaching, immersing you in the daily life of your school and community as you and your students learn together.

The School of Education and Psychology (SOEP) located in the Walter Washington Administration/Classroom Building (WWACB), also offers a non-teaching degree in psychology for students who plan to pursue graduate studies in psychology and related fields. You also can pursue a bachelor’s degree in general studies, working with your advisor to create a personalized program of study. 





Academic Calendar

Mon Oct 05

Mid-Semester Examinations

Thru: Friday, October 9, 2015
Mon Oct 12

Posting of Grades Due in the Registrar's Office by 12:00 Noon

Thu Oct 22

Honors Day Convocation (10:00 a.m.)


A degree from the School of Education and Psychology can provide you with rewarding career opportunities. Our alumni go on to fill roles such as:

  • Teacher
  • Reading Specialist
  • Psychologist
  • School Counselor
  • Athletics Director
  • Sports Information Director
  • Recreation Worker