2018-2019 Catalog 
    
    Apr 25, 2019  
2018-2019 Catalog

College of Education and Human Services


Undergraduate

Jennifer Shewmaker, Dean
TBD, Associate Dean

ACU Box 28276
Abilene, Texas 79699-9010
Education Building, Room 103

Phone: 325-674-2700
Fax: 325-674-3707
Email: cehs@acu.edu
Web: www.acu.edu/cehs

The College of Education and Human Services began in August 2006. Each department and program in the college is dedicated to equipping leaders for global, urban, cultural, and social changes of the 21st century. The college provides leadership in education and human services that is grounded in current research and informed practice.

The college is well positioned to aid in advancing the mission of the university to educate undergraduate and graduate students for Christian service and leadership throughout the world.

Within the college, the following degrees are offered:

  • Communication Sciences and Disorders
    • BS in Communication Sciences and Disorders
    • MS in Speech-Language Pathology
  • Kinesiology and Nutrition
    • BS in Kinesiology
    • Master of Athletic Training
    • BS in Nutrition
    • Graduate Dietetic Internship Certificate
    • MS in Nutrition
  • School of Social Work
    • BS in Social Work
    • MSSW in Social Work
  • Teacher Education
    • BS in Early Childhood/Elementary Certification
    • BS in Early Childhood/Elementary Certification with Special Education
    • BS in Middle School Education
    • BS in High School English Teacher Certification with Special Education
    • Supplement in Special Education
    • Supplement in English as a Second Language
    • MEd for Teaching and Learning - Initial Certification (4+1)
    • Med for Teaching and Learning – Master Reading Teacher Certification
  • Occupational Therapy
    • MS in Occupational Therapy

Graduate

Donnie Snider, Assistant Provost for Graduate Programs

ACU Box 28276
Abilene, Texas 79699-9010
Education Building, Room 103

Phone: 325-674-2700
Fax: 325-674-3707
Email: cehs@acu.edu
Web: www.acu.edu/cehs

The College of Education and Human Services was organized in August 2006. Each department and program in the college is dedicated to equipping leaders for global, urban, cultural, and social changes of the 21st century. The college provides leadership in education and human services that is grounded in current research and informed practice.

The college is well positioned to aid in advancing the mission of the university to educate graduate students for Christian service and leadership throughout the world.

The college has nationally recognized and accredited graduate programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders, Teacher Education, Nutrition, Occupational Therapy, and Social Work.