Dean: Carine M. Feyten, Ph.D.
Structure: Five departments
- Educational Leadership
- Educational Psychology
- Family Studies & Social Work
- Kinesiology & Health
- Teacher Education
Licensures, Endorsements and Certificates
Students and graduates should go here for complete information.
Licensure Testing Requirements
Pearson/Praxis Information: See your academic department.
Fall enrollment 2013 (Oxford full and part time)
- Undergraduate 2,437
- Graduate 331
Average ACT of first-year students: 26.05
National average ACT for all majors: 20.9
Thirty undergraduate majors are available, including athletic training, nutrition, kinesiology, family studies, health promotion, special education, spors management and leadership as well as teacher education.
Master’s programs are available in college student personnel, curriculum and teacher leadership, educational leadership, educational psychology, exercise and health studies, family and child studies, reading education, secondary education, special education, sport studies and additional areas of teacher education.
The specialist degree (Ed.S) is the terminal degree in the school psychology program.
Two doctoral degrees (Ph.D and Ed.D) are available in the educational administration program and a Ph.D program is available in student affairs in higher education.
Faculty and staff
Total instructional headcounts (2013): 197.5
Full-time faculty budgeted positions: 105.5
Full-time visiting: 24
Part time: 61
Non-institutional staff: 31
Number of alumni
C. Michael Armstrong Assistand Professor:
Dr. Bob DeSchutter
Condit Professor of Teacher Education:
Dr. James M. Shiveley
John W. Heckert Endowed Professorship of Reading and Writing:
Dr. Constance S. Weaver
Welling Distinguished Scholar in Disability Studies:
Dr. Curt Dudley-Marling (Spring 2014)
Prior to Jan. 1, 2008, the College of Education, Health and Society (EHS) was known as the School of Education and Allied Professions (EAP). The current name better reflects the scope of efforts of the school’s five departments and the interrelationships among the academic disciplines.
The School is committed to the belief that all students need the kinds of training, exposure and experiences that will allow them to function effectively in an increasingly diverse society. For more information about diversity efforts, please visit the diversity section of our site.
Strong and growing partnerships with school districts and community agencies provide hands-on opportunities for students and research opportunities for faculty. Miami is one of the few schools of education nationwide to have a partnership office.
Research and centers
EHS faculty are addressing the critical issues facing children, schools and society in their research. Please visit the research section of our site for more information.