Welcome Message from CEHSP Dean
The faculty and administrative officers of the College of Education and Human Service Professions are dedicated to preparing highly qualified leaders. Students are prepared for employment in industry, school and non-school educational settings, community agencies, and government.
Five departments work cooperatively to achieve the purposes of the college in teaching, research, service, and program development. The office of the dean is responsible for programmatic leadership, curricula, and for recommending graduates for licensure. The departments that have responsibility for degree and licensure programs are Communication Sciences and Disorders; Education; Health, Physical Education and Recreation; Psychology; and Social Work.
About Our College
In the College of Education and Human Service Professions we utilize our diverse intellectual strengths to provide an education of enduring value for the professional, personal, and civic lives of our students. We engage with UMD and broader communities through our research, teaching, learning and commitment to the advancement of the human service professions.
The College of Education and Human Service Professions promotes research and practice in the social and human sciences. Our collective teaching, scholarship, and service supports student development as engaged citizens, reflective learners, critical thinkers, and evidence-informed practitioners in a culturally-sensitive, socially-just learning environment.
Strengthen and develop community connections and engagement through collaboration, research, service, and participation.
Advance and support opportunities to become culturally competent citizens.
Support a positive and inclusive college climate by advancing equity, diversity, and social justice.
Support the development of global citizens who understand the complexities of living in a globally interconnected world.
Advance excellence in research that builds upon our shared values as expressed through the CEHSP mission and vision.
Prepare and equip students to be critically reflective learners and practitioners.
Model and prepare students to critically evaluate sustainable practices to enhance economic, environmental, physical and social needs.
Teacher Licensure Program
The teacher licensure programs have been granted continuing accreditation by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education and the Minnesota Board of Teaching.
Admission to Upper Division Programs
With the exception of Exercise Science and Environment & Outdoor Education, students are admitted to CEHSP as pre-majors. Admission to a major is contingent on submission of evidence that the student has completed prerequisite courses, earned a satisfactory GPA, taken appropriate tests, made plans for the rest of the academic program, and in some majors, participated in a personal interview to review these matters. Standards for admission are set by the individual departments, and students should consult their adviser or department office for information. Once admitted, students remain in the program as long as minimum GPA requirements for graduation are maintained. Students who fall below the minimum are monitored by their advisers.