Welcome to the Department of Professional Studies. We have four graduate programs in our department. Our School Counseling program received national recognition for its innovative program. If you are thinking about our Special Education program, the classes are small with great face to face conversations taught by professors with collectively over 30 years k-12 teaching experience. Educational leadership is a swiftly changing field and the IPFW Educational Leadership program is very flexible to meet your unique career needs -- call us!
All classes offered late afternoon or evening.
Learn how you can be a school counselor.
Earn a master's or certificate.
Aug. 25 Classes Begin
Dec. 15-21 Final Exams
Dec. 22 Classes Begin
Jan. 11 Last Day of Classes
Jan. 12 Classes Begin
May 4-10 Final Exams
Dr. Kenneth Folks received his B.S.Ed. in Social Studies Teaching in 1980, his M.S.Ed. in Secondary Education in 1987, and his Educational Leadership Certification in 1997. He is currently Superintendent of East Allen County Shools.
Congratulations to the Counselor Education honor society, Chi Eta Sigma, for winning the best new student organization (the building block award) at the 2014 Student Achievement Awards.