Memphis Program

The Graduate Education Department is dedicated to offering a comprehensive teaching and learning environment to develop educational leaders in administration, teaching, and school counseling. Graduate faculty and staff provide leadership and service to promote growth in learning how to live and how to achieve your goals in making a living.

The Department offers graduate degrees and licensure in Teaching, Instructional Leadership, Curriculum and Instruction, School Counseling, and Special Education. An advanced degree is also available to those who want to improve their leadership knowledge, skills, and dispositions: the Education Specialist degree in Instructional Leadership. Administrative licensure can also be a part of this advanced degree. Programs are offered at both the Memphis and Henderson campuses.


Overview of Programs:

Graduate Education Programs & Licensure
Master of Arts in Teaching
Special Education
School Counseling
Instructional Leadership in Administration and Supervision

Advanced Degree
Instructional Leadership in Administration and Supervision


Non-Licensure

Curriculum & Instruction (online)
Instructional Leadership in Teacher Leadership
Instructional Leadership in Teacher Leadership
Graduate Hours Toward Plus 30 (non-licensure)
Degree
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Getting Started:

A competent and caring advisor will be assigned to you to assist you in program planning and other areas of need before entering your chosen area of study. Flexible scheduling, competitive tuition rates, strong programs, and values based coursework characterize the Graduate Studies in Education Program.

For more information about our courses, programs, and campus services, please contact Dr. Karen L. Cypress, Director, at 901-383-8972 or via email at kcypress@fhu.edu. You may also visit the campus at any time Monday-Friday from 8:00am - 5:00pm.


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