College of Education and Public Policy

Graduate Programs

Welcome to our Graduate Programs!

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.

Couple & Family Counseling

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All classes offered late afternoon or evening.



 

School Counseling 

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Learn how you can be a school counselor.

Public Affairs

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Interested in working with public institutions? Earn a master's.

Special Education - Mild Intervention

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Earn a master's or certificate.

Educational Leadership

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IPFW Educational Leadership graduates are Competent, Caring and Courageous. Join Them!

 

Public Management

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Thinking about graduate school? Give us a call.
 

Special Education - Intense Intervention

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Only 12 credits to earn certificate!

Teaching English as a New Language

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Add an EL endorsement to your teacher license.

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