College of Education & Human Sciences
If you are a certified teacher who would like to expand your knowledge or be trained for a new position such as in education or school leadership or if you have a first degree in a field unrelated to education but have decided that you would like to explore the possibility of teaching then WELCOME!
Mississippi University for Women offers graduate programs that provide students who have received a baccalaureate degree with opportunities to learn research-based content beyond that of their undergraduate programs while refining their skills as practicing professionals. The mission of Graduate Studies follows the University's Strategic Plan: (1) promoting academic excellence through programs that result in individuals who are masters in their professions, (2) maintaining a rigorous system of admissions and monitoring, (3) developing leadership and research skills, and (4) fostering community service as well as participation in state, regional, national, and international organizations. Graduate faculty, administration, and staff at Mississippi University for Women are committed to providing a quality environment with resources for excellence.
Information on programs offered in Education can be found by clicking on the following links:
Gifted Studies (Master's or Certification courses)
Master of Arts in Teaching (this program is for those who have a first degree in a field unrelated to education)
Reading/Literacy (Masters or certification courses)
Other important information can be found by clicking on the links below:
Graduate Handbook in EducationAcademic CalendarGraduate BulletinFinancial AidTuition InformationGraduate Studies
Department of EducationDr. Monica RileyChair
EDHS Building Phone: (662) 329-7365
1100 College Street Columbus, MS 39701phone: 662.329.4750 or 877.462.8439