The College of Education strives to fulfill its mission by developing teachers who have sound ethical principles, genuine desire and skill to serve and guide their students, and strong academic preparation. Its conceptual framework is “The Teacher Professional” (TTP), and this framework provides alignment for state and program goals. Instructional models promote awareness of individual teaching and learning styles, with an emphasis in faith-based learning and field experience.
School of Education
Special Education Institute Endorsements:
School of Graduate Education
Dean, College of Education
Full details are available in the OVU Academic Catalog.
The School of Education offers undergraduate certification programs in nine content areas. High standards ensure that graduates are “learner ready,” requiring specific criteria for program admission, retention, and graduation from the program. Three transition points (program admission, admission to student teaching, and program completion) provide a time for reflection by the student and program faculty to be sure that the student’s program is progressing satisfactorily and that the certification program is a good career goal for the student. Program advisors work closely with students, helping them to fulfill all program components.
Full details are available in the College of Education Handbook.
The Master of Education degree program in curriculum and instruction is designed to meet the growing national need for highly qualified teachers at all classroom levels. Courses include advanced studies in research-based practices for teaching and learning, curriculum design, assessment, and program improvement.
With all classes offered in a flexible online format by highly skilled faculty, the OVU M.Ed. is designed with the working professional in mind.
Dr. Toni DeVore
Chair of School of Graduate Education
Visiting Professor of Education
Add a Special Education certification to your teaching credentials! Ohio Valley University offers special education courses designed to assist already certified teachers seeking to increase their credentials.
Era Jo Cox