In the College of Education and Public Policy (CEPP) we have 8 graduate programs. Many of the programs are offer classes later in the day. Several classes are offered as a hybrid meaning we have combined the best of face to face meetings and on-line learning. This translates into your class meeting on campus once a week with an on-line learning component. Our students praise the small class size, full-time professors and best teaching practices used in our programs. Explore our programs and then contact a professor listed in an area of study you would like to pursue.
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Monica Ochola, grad student in special education won her second award this semester at the 20th Annual Student Research and Creative Endeavor Symposium for her research on Faculty Awareness of Accommodations for Students with Disabilities. She won the 3rd prize and a cash award, competing with other student researchers from a variety of disciplines. Earlier this month, Monica also won the first prize and a cash award for the same research poster presentation at the Science and Society at IPFW symposium. We are proud of you, Monica!
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