Degree Programs


GRADUATE

The Cameron University Department of Education offers several master’s degrees to help educators further excel in their careers. Each program is designed specifically for the working professional. The degree programs include Master of Education in Education with concentrations in Literacy, Special Education, and Teaching and Learning, Master of Education in Reading, and Master of Science in Educational Leadership. Classes are offered on campus, hybrid, or online. To get started, visit Cameron’s Graduate Application Process.

Undergraduate

Why an undergraduate degree in Early Childhood or Elementary Education?

  • We have a job placement rate of 90%+.
  • Many courses are available in flexible formats (online, hybrid, weekend).
  • Transfer courses from other universities are considered and have a high acceptance rate.
  • Faculty are supportive and encouraging.
  • Field placements in area public schools are early and often, linking classroom theory to real-world practice.
  • Find out more by calling our department at 580.581.2320

The Department of Education houses the early childhood education and elementary education programs. The department also offers a Minor in Educational Studies. For other undergraduate education programs, please see the content area department.

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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN Early childhood EDUCATION

MASTER OF EDUCATION IN EDUCATION

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP

MISSION STATEMENT

The Department of Education believes that competent, caring, and committed educators are successful in their careers. Educators who are competent use pedagogical and content knowledge to support learning for all, provide instruction based on standards and student needs, and use assessment and strategies for active engagement so that all can learn. Educators who are caring are responsive to individual needs and create learning environments that promote positive social interactions and motivation. Educators who are committed collaborate with others by using effective communication skills while being reflective decision makers and lifelong learners who are willing to change in order to continuously improve. We believe that all of these qualities are fostered through standards-based coursework with coordinated field experiences.

MASTER OF EDUCATION IN READING

MISSION STATEMENT

The Master of Education in Reading provides students with the preparation necessary to serve as reading specialists in the public schools of Oklahoma. This program provides pedagogy in the teaching of reading and specialized knowledge for working with children who find reading difficult. It will also prepare reading specialists to review and develop reading curricula for the schools in which they teach.