What should I study?
Applied Developmental Science and Special Education (ADSSE) Ph.D.
The Applied Developmental Sciences and Special Education Ph.D. concentration/strand provides a rigorous theoretical and interdisciplinary foundation for aspiring scholars driven to advance knowledge about human development from early childhood through adolescence.
Birth-Kindergarten (BK) Licensure
The add-on licensure program in B-K/Pre-K is designed for early childhood professionals who want to earn credentials for teaching young children
Early Childhood Intervention and Family Support (ECIFS) M.Ed.
The ECIFS specialty area of the MEdX program is designed for working early childhood professionals motivated to refine and expand their practice, with options for currently licensed teachers and for those seeking initial licensure.
Human Development and Family Science (HDFS) B.A.Ed.
HDFS is a bachelor's degree pre-professional program that will empower you to pursue further education or join careers to improve the lives of children, their families, and their communities.
Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) M.A.T.
Carolina’s MAT is grounded in rigorous academic and clinical experiences that will help you expand and build your professional knowledge and skills in preparation for becoming an educator.
School Psychology Ph.D.
The School Psychology doctoral program integrates field experience in an intensive program that prepares students as researchers and clinicians proficient in assessment, intervention, prevention, and program development. Graduates are eligible to seek licensure as a psychologist.