Oklahoma State University College of Education

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The Oklahoma State University College of Education (COE) serves more than 3000 students within 29 graduate and undergraduate programs at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Oklahoma as well as Tulsa, Oklahoma. The College of Education comprises three schools with diversity of students. The current administration consists of Dr. Pamela Fry as Dean, Dr. C. Robert Davis as Associate Dean and Director of Student Services, and Dr. Steve Edwards as Interim Associate Dean of Graduate Studies and Research.

Schools of the College of Education[edit]

School of Applied Health and Educational Psychology[edit]

The School of Applied Health and Educational Psychology (SAHEP) cultivates the development, integration and application of knowledge, theory, skills and experiences to promote social, physical, psychological, educational, and environmental health. SAHEP is composed of eight program areas:

School of Teaching and Curriculum Leadership[edit]

STCL Undergraduate Programs[edit]

STCL Masters of Science Programs[edit]

STCL Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Education[edit]

School of Educational Studies[edit]

The School of Educational Studies offers Advanced Degree in Aviation, Educational Leadership, Research Evaluation and Social Foundations. The Aviation program also offers Bachelor Degrees in Professional Pilot and Aviation Management.

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