Collegiate Graduate Programs
The Master of Education and Educational Doctorate degrees are awarded by the College of Education and Human Service Professions at the University of Minnesota Duluth.
The Master of Education Cohort Program - a professional development degree for educators and other human service professionals
The Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) with major in teaching and learning, a professional development degree designed to produce scholarly practitioners.
In addition, the following programs are delivered by CEHSP faculty, with degrees are awarded by the University of Minnesota Graduate School. Graduate School policies apply to students in these programs.
The Master of Arts in Communication Sciences Disorders prepares students to work in a variety of professional settings and to meet the challenges of serving individuals with diverse communication impairments.
The Master of Environmental Education - designed to develop advanced practitioners in environmental education
The Master of Arts in Psychological Science prepares graduate students with research-based knowledge and skills that are essential to successful careers in organizational, educational, clinical, and counseling settings. We are one program with three integrated tracks: Clinical-Counseling Psychology, Industrial-Organizational Psychology, and General-Experimental Psychology.
The Master of Social Work prepares students for "advanced generalist" practice including working directly with clients in a range of social services settings, administration, and community development activities.