WELCOME to the COEPD
The College of Education and Professional Development has the distinction of being the oldest part of Marshall University. The current combination of programs is a result of the merger of the College of Education on the Huntington Campus, and the Graduate School of Education and Professional Development, located primarily on the South Charleston campus.
We are now working together to provide programs for educators and educators-to-be for the state and for the region. We invite you to explore our website to learn more about the COEPD.
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Marshall ranks in the top ten institutions in the United States for its bachelor’s degree program in elementary education by the online resource CollegeChoice.net. Click here to find out more.
COEPD At A Glance
Data current at completion of the Fall 2016 Semester. Source – Marshall University Institutional Research
|Year Marshall University was Established||1837|
|Number of Campuses||2 (Huntington, South Charleston)|
|COEPD Degrees Offered|
|BA: Bachelor’s Degrees||BA, Early Childhood Education
BA, Elementary Education
BA, Secondary Education
|MA: Master’s Degree||MA, Counseling
MA, Leadership Studies
MA, Literacy Education
MA, Special Education
|Ed.S.: Education Specialist(Areas of Emphasis)||Ed.S, Curriculum & Instruction
Ed.S, School Psychology
|Ed.D.: Doctor of Education||Ed.D, Curriculum & Instruction
Ed.D, Educational Leadership
|EPP Faculty, full-time||56|
|Graduates, 2015-2016 Academic Year||538|