The College of Education offers graduate degrees in Counseling and Educational Psychology at both the master's and doctoral level:

Master's-Our master's degree program includes emphases in marriage, family, and couples counseling (MFCC); school counseling; and clinical mental health counseling. Both MFCC and school counseling tracks are CACREP-accredited, and clinical mental health is currently under review for accreditation.

Doctoral-The Ph.D. in Education offers two doctoral specializations: the CACREP-accredited Counselor Education & Supervision strand to prepare students aiming for leadership roles in the counseling field, and another strand in Information Technology in Education that provides students knowledge and skills in educational technology statistics and research.

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    Handling Missing Data in Single-Case Studies 

    Peng, Chao-Ying Joanne; Chen, Li-Ting (Journal of modern applied statistical methods : JMASM, 2018)
    Multiple imputation is illustrated for dealing with missing data in a published SCED study. Results were compared to those obtained from available data. Merits and issues of implementation are discussed. Recommendations ...