Find an Innovative Program, Designed for the Working Professional

Designed with your needs for flexibility, convenience, and educational quality in mind, the Department of Advanced Education Programs (AEP) prepare you with innovative solutions to meet the challenges in your chosen field of study. Although you can participate in class from anywhere around the world, you will quickly become a part of a community of learners. Interaction with your classmates and your instructors enriches your learning experience even though you cannot participate in a traditional classroom environment. Courses will include a unique combination of communication methods including Blackboard, Skype, Flashmeeting Videoconferencing, Google Apps for Education, Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts, iTunes U, Youtube, Facebook, and other innovative technologies. 

AEP offers a broad range of programs completely online (Community Counseling 50% and School Counseling 80% Online). Click on the program links below for additional information including admission requirements, course rotation, licensure and more.

New 8 Week Semester Format

AEP is proud to announce that beginning in the fall of 2012, it will be offering at least 10 sections of 8 week semester courses. This new format will provide greater flexibility for our graduate students who want to earn their degrees faster and more efficiently.

  • AEP 800: Utilization of Technology in Classrooms (Sections VA and VB)
  • AEP 855: Education Leadership (Section VA)
  • AEP 880: Cultural Diversity (Sections VA and VB)
  • EDL 852: Introduction to School Administration (Sections VA and VB)
  • ESOL 883: Assessment & Appraisal (Section VA)
  • ESOL 884: Methods & Materials (Section VA)
  • MIT 805: Instructional Tech Theory & Practice (Section VA)

The new flexible scheduling options give students a lot of opportunities to fit earning a degree into their lifestyle and personal situations (childbirth, coaching, sponsoring, etc…). Other courses in a similar accelerated format will be available in future semesters.