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the college of education and allied professions

TheCollege of Education and Allied Professions

“To lead and support by excellence and innovation”

Courses in our majors push students to a higher level in their quest

for knowledge. Although Western Carolina University is accredited

by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS),

the university holds accreditation/membership in more than 50

other state and national associations. In fact, after visiting our

campus and critiquing all aspects of WCU, one member

of the SACS accreditation team remarked that

our motto, indeed, should be:

"Excellence with a personal touch!"

academic programs
Academic Programs
  • The College of Education and Allied Professions is comprised of five academic departments and several service centers, programs and offices.
  • Levels of programs of study
    • baccalaureate (level 4)
    • master’s (level 5)
    • intermediate (level 6)
    • doctoral (level 7)
department of elementary and middle grades education
Elementary Education, Grades K-6

Middle Grades Education, Grades 6-9

Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies

Reading Education,

Grades K-12

Department of Elementary and Middle Grades Education
department of educational leadership and foundations
Art Education, Grades K-12

Biology Education, Grades 9-12

Chemistry Education, Grades 9-12

Educational Leadership, Grades K-12

Educational Supervision, Grades K-12

English Education, Grades 9-12

Department of Educational Leadership and Foundations
department of educational leadership and foundations1
Foreign Languages Education-French/German/Spanish, Grades K-12

Mathematics Education, Grades 9-12

Music Education, Grades K-12

School Administration, Grades K-12

Science Education, Grades 9-12

Social Sciences Education, Grades 9-12

Two-Year College Administration

Two-Year College Teaching

College Student Personnel

Department of Educational Leadership and Foundations
department of health and human performance
Parks and Recreation Management

Physical Education, Grades K-12

Sport Management

Recreational Therapy

Department of Health and Human Performance
department of human services
Communication Disorders, Grades K-12

Community Counseling

School Counseling, Grades K-12

Human Resources

Special Education

Learning Disabilities / Mental Disabilities, Grades K-12

Behaviorally-Emotionally Disabled, Grades K-12

Birth through Kindergarten (shared with Elementary and Middle Grades Education)

Severe Disabilities, Grades K-12

Department of Human Services
department of psychology
Department of Psychology
  • Psychology
    • Tracks
      • School Psychology
      • Clinical Psychology
centers programs and offices
Centers, Programs and Offices

The College of Education and Allied Professions operates several special centers, programs and offices that provide services to the region and clinical opportunities for students.

center for mathematics and science education
Center for Mathematics and Science Education
  • Provides assistance to the public schools of North Carolina to:
    • increase the number of licensed mathematics and

science teachers

    • provide presently licensed mathematics

and/or science teachers the opportunity

to update skills and knowledge

    • provide information and assistance in

obtaining advanced degrees in mathematics and science

    • improve and expand the relationship between the public schools and higher education
    • provide opportunity for basic research in education
department of public instruction consultants
Department of Public Instruction Consultants
  • DPI consultants for exceptional children and behavioral support services to assist local school administrative units in providing appropriate educational services to children with special needs
developmental evaluation center
Developmental Evaluation Center
  • The DEC is a service agency for seven local counties providing developmental evaluation, recommendation for services, treatment, and guidance for families of newborns, infants, toddlers, and preschool children.
model clinical teaching program
Model ClinicalTeaching Program
  • Promotes excellence and innovation in teacher education programs and collaboration with public schools.
  • Resources provided to public school teachers, serving as clinical faculty, to team-teach methods courses with university faculty.

North Carolina Secondary and Middle School Committee

  • Part of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
  • Serves over 450 secondary, middle, special purpose and unit schools from Murphy to Manteo
the office for rural education
The Office forRural Education
  • Assists rural elementary and secondary schools to improve the quality of their programs by conducting policy studies, performing practical classroom research, providing instructional

and administrative support services, and conducting summer programs including

The Cullowhee Experience and

The Legislator’s School.

reading center
Reading Center
  • The center provides diagnostic, remedial services and reading improvement courses for children, college students, and adults.
school university partnership
School-University Partnership
  • A collaborative project involving WCU and public schools in WNC
  • Part of a statewide network of partnerships to create clinical school settings for the preparation, induction, and continuing professional development of educators
speech and hearing center
Speech and Hearing Center
  • Provides outpatient diagnostic, treatment, and consultative services for persons with known or suspected speech-language and hearing disorders

on campus and in outreach clinics

in Cherokee, Haywood, Jackson,

and Swain counties.

special programs
Special Programs

The Office of special programs

assists in organizing special events for the

college, including student

recruitment activities, scholarship awards,

Teachers of Tomorrow day, and coordinates

the North Carolina Teaching Fellows

Program for WCU.

instructional technology center
Instructional Technology Center

The Killian ITC serves as the focal point for

the teacher-education technology initiative

offering student computing facilities, multimedia development

hardware and software, and has graduate assistants on duty

at all times for personalized help.

The ITC also serves as a WCU

electronic classroom and

has a full complement of PC

and Macintosh computers

and associated peripherals.

  • Multicultural/Diversity Outcomes Assessment Dissemination Project
  • Grant with Emporia State University
  • Assess our teacher education candidates' knowledge, skills and dispositions relative to diversity

Library of Congress

The American Memory Project

An Adventure of the American Mind

Helping teachers and students be consumers and producers of digital primary resources!

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The College of Education and Allied Professions

Emphasizing excellence with a personal touch, educating students to be inviting, reflective

decision makers