Dean: Jean Houck
Telephone / FAX: (562) 985-4513 / 985-4951
Website: College of Education Website
Associate Deans: Marquita Grenot-Scheyer, Steve Turley
Administrative Services: Lou Caron, Melody Nielsen
Credential Center: Carol Riley, Director (562) 985-4109
Development Office: Elizabeth McCann, Director (562) 985-7477
Educational Career Services: Judi Walker, Director
Educational Psychology Clinic: Kristin Powers, Director (562) 985-4991
Facilities Coordinator: Toshie Sweeney
Graduate Studies and Research: Nancy McGlothin, Coordinator (562) 985-8476
SERVE: Hilda Sramek, Director (562) 985-5499
Systems Specialist: Matt Evans
Teacher Preparation Advising Center: (562) 985-9259
Co-Directors: Pat Burn, Karen Hakim-Butt
Educational Psychology, Administration and Counseling
(EDP, EDAD, EDSP, COUN, ETEC, and ELIB) (562) 985-4517
Jennifer Coots, Chair
Liberal Studies (L/ST) Daniel J. O'Connor, Chair (562) 985-4228
Single Subject Teacher Education (EDSS) (562) 985-5326
Karen Hakim-Butt, University Coordinator
Teacher Education (EDCI, EDEC, EDEL, EDMS, EDRG, EDSE)
Catherine DuCharme, Chair (562) 985-4507
The College of Education (CED) prepares students for professional careers in the field of public and private education through baccalaureate, certificate, credential and Master's programs offered in three departments: Liberal Studies, Teacher Education, and Educational Psychology, Administration and Counseling.
The College of Education's primary purpose is to create and nurture a learning and teaching community committed to excellence in education. We fulfill our purpose by preparing professionals to be socially responsible leaders, engaging in research and scholarly activity which informs and improves practice, valuing diversity as we work to achieve common goals, serving and collaborating with schools, agencies, the community and each other, and engaging in an inclusive process for planning, communicating, working, and assessing progress toward our goals.
The College provides undergraduate and graduate studies in education. It offers specific curricula focusing on the preparation of personnel for teaching and educational service in the pre-school, elementary, middle and high schools, community colleges, adult programs, and other educational agencies. In addition to two certificate programs and a variety of teaching and service credentials, the College offers a Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Studies, a Master of Arts in Education degree with various options, Master of Science degrees in special education and counseling and an Education Doctorate in Educational leaderships. Descriptions that include prerequisites and requirements for each credential, certificate, and degree program are listed in this catalog in the department that houses the particular program. Doctoral program information is included at the end of this section.
College programs are accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC).
Please visit the college website at www.ced.csulb.edu for detailed information on departments, programs, centers, and offices.