What does an Academic Advisor do?
Academic advisors provide intensive advising support through regular contact with students. Advisors help students explore various fields of interest, select a specific academic major, and develop plans of study appropriate for one’s educational goals. Advisors also refer students to other campus offices for assistance in academic, personal and career counseling. Academic advisors also connect students to financial aid and academic skills development resources.
Visit your advisor when you:
How is an Advisor Assigned to COE Students?
Undergraduate Advising Contacts:
Appointments may be scheduled with advising staff by contacting Student Services.
Early Childhood and Elementary Teacher Preparation
Graduate Advising Contacts:
Appointments may be scheduled with faculty by contacting the administrative staff in each department.
Advanced Studies for Teachers
M.Ed. in Teaching and Learning
Counselor Preparation (school or community)
M.Ed. in Counselor Education
Early Childhood Special Education Teacher Preparation
M.Ed. in Early Childhood Special Education
ESOL Teacher Preparation (for secondary certificated teachers)
Graduate Certificate in Language Education
Principal and Superintendent Preparation
M.Ed. in Educational Leadership (principal)
Secondary Teacher Preparation (includes Business Education, English/Language Arts, English as a Second Language, Family and Consumer Sciences, General Science, Mathematics, Social Studies, Technology Education, World Languages, K-12 Physical Education, and K-12 Music)
Special Education Teacher Preparation
Graduate Certificate in Special Education
Speech and Language Pathology Preparation
Affiliated Degree in Speech and Language Pathology
For More Information
Contact the College of Education Student Services at 907-786-4401
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