IUP’s College of Education and Communications enjoys a strong reputation for providing leading-edge development and growth opportunities for students and professionals in education and allied fields as well as in the growing field of communications media.
Teacher preparation programs and eligible graduate programs are accredited by the
National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education. Programs in the college lead to bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees. Regardless of
the program students choose, the college enables them to acquire theoretical, practical, and technological knowledge and skills required to become outstanding professionals.
College of Education and Communications majors all receive extensive hands-on learning opportunities. Education majors receive early field experiences prior to student teaching, and the college maintains a Professional Development School and other partnerships
with scores of school districts.
Communications media majors can choose from two curriculum tracks and have access to the campus radio station and television station as well as labs for graphics and multimedia, digital photography, and audio production.
The college supports six
centers and clinics that provide service to the community and offer supervised training venues for students. Faculty members are teacher-scholars who
are dedicated to excellence in the classroom and continued research in their fields of study.
The spring 2017 fellows of the International Leaders in Education Program (ILEP), hosted by the College of Education and Communications
and the Office of International Education, arrive in early January 2017.
The College of Education and Communications is using a new method of collecting scholarship applications and awarding scholarships. To apply for all scholarships, please go to the Scholarship Manager website and log in with your IUP username and password. Once you complete the general application (10–15 minutes), additional applications will be available to you if you are eligible. All College of Education and Communications applications are due
by March 21, 2017. As some scholarship opportunities require essays, personal statements, letters of recommendation, etc., you are advised to log in and apply as soon as possible. Please note that submitting an application is not
a guarantee of receiving a scholarship.
Should you have any questions, please contact Lynanne Black, dean’s associate for Academic Affairs, at email@example.com.
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