College of Education and Human Services Viewbook 2014
Central Michigan University's College of Education and Human Services viewbook highlights the academic opportunities for students including study abroad, program areas, departments and more. Visit ehs.cmich.edu to learn more.
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SHOULDN’T I CALL M Y MOTHER?” c leaders in s the human s ro c a g As emerging in d a -year-old for d le 2 n a a g re a in p rn re a p le , t can weâ€™re living strategies tha l ta n e m gy research to p lo lo e to v n e ro d e g g n h ti ug rs. Investiga to teach othe sing breakthro U w o s. s h e g c c in u s rn a g . Or le life lifelon elp us all live optimal aging h to n a ts c re r, c e e v s o c e dis uncover th e answers we th er. , e is ra e w s r journey bett u o te a ig v The question a n d more fully. An HOUSE fessions, E H T F O S E ID S H e pro FROM BOTe human servic d n a n o ti a c u d ontinuum. AS AN EHS STUDENT YOU WORK MORE WITH PEOPLE THAN TEST TUBES. BUT BE PREPARED TO EMBRACE THE MOST CUTTING-EDGE TECHNOLOGIES. Our teacher education students are helping roll out computer adaptive testing in local elementary schools. Apparel merchandising and design students are using body-scanning equipment, an environmental walk-in chamber and a thermal sweating mannequin to create clothing thatâ€™s more functional. In what could pass for science fiction, students in dietetics use a Bod Pod to obtain precise body mass measurements. life-c hanging experiences * o do list! T AKES T N O I T A C U D MS. NOT ALL E O O R S S A L C S MPU PLACE IN CA take ld u o c s n io t p o g in Student teac h an Lansing, M ic h. you from suburb e, Fla. Even to Australia. to Immokale service-learning Dietitians form . Child development tea ms in Africa eir own development th students further phanage. at a M exican or vent e r u o y ff o p o t t ship n r e t in You migh n a h t i w rsework management cou ago or New York. in Detroit, Chic design in China. r Or study interio iversity n n e U B / n a w ig h h ic c n u M *L Central o t t i is v a le * Sc hedu ajors to 3 m S H E f o t * Narrow lis pewas * Google Chip g * Jog with do recruiter lady * Call CMU ith-G aken -Erin Sm study abroad s t n e d u t s e r o m s a h EHS abroad than any studying ollege at CMU. other c NOT SURE ABOUT WHO YOU MIGHT BECOME? THAT’S OKAY. WE CAN HELP YOU FIGURE IT OUT. self in the r u o y f o g pot anythin Each represents s n a c u o y See if to follow. s le fi o r our own p y t t n o e g d e u t ’v s u five ams. But yo r g k of the o r in p h r t u t o s f ju o , e w n o o lding. For n fo n u l il t s , story s. possibilitie BETTER YET, TAKE A FIRSTHAND LOOK AT CMU AND EHS. Schedule a visit to campus and meet some of our faculty and advisors. You might even want to talk to a few current students. We look forward to meeting you in person. , r u o t s u p m a c For a cmic h.edu . o g t i s i v . R E H C A E T N O I . t T n u o A C C t a U h D T s E n L ctio e A n I n o C C E h g P u o S r h t Iâ€™M A Giving kids a lift out Justin T Students majoring are dual-certified in special education t and special educato teac h in general ion classrooms. COUNSELING AND SPECIAL EDUCATION department of A re you looking for a profession rooted in compassion? Counselors and special education teachers are kindhearted by their very nature. T he Department of Counseling and Special Education helps you develop an expert awareness and understanding for gently leading others. T hrough the Human Development Clinic, student organizations and department initiatives you have many opportunities to better the surrounding community. CMU remains the only university to partner with the Special Olympics, hosting the International Games in 1975 and the Michigan Games annually. . ER. H C EA T H T A M L O O H C S E DL ID M A Iâ€™M . om ro ss cla nt sa ea Pl nt ou M a in ice vo y m Finding Dan Hayward e h v c e a d e t essional prof d f o n t a n e m n t depar educatio opment l er t s u j e b o t t n a W r e h c a e t e h t e k i l who influenced you most? RSITY CENTRAL MICHIGAN UNIVE S R E H C A E T G IN IN A R T N E E B S A H since 1892 Development al ion ss ofe Pr d an ion at uc Ed er ch ea Now, the Department of T st leading lessons. You ju t no e r uâ€™ Yo . les ro m roo ss cla y an prepares you for m his hallmark advocate. T ion at uc ed d an r de lea y t i un m m co become a United States and around e th in s m roo ss cla e id ins u yo e progra m will tak rica, teac hing the Af in es lag vil to ols ho sc an t oli op the world, from metr ation of students. er gen xt ne e th to d ere ast m ve ha subjects you N O I T A E R C Iâ€™M A RE ANNER - - L P ctions. u d o r p T s u N p m E a c V E ugh big o r h t e m u s e r a Building M elissa Ellis department ofN, PARKS RECREATIO SERVICES AND LEISURE ION ADMINISTRAT t h g u o h t e h t Does e k a m b o j e l c i of a cub ? n i d e x o b l e e f you stoneâ€™s throw away a e b ld u co ts en ev activities and g in m m a ation, Parks gr re ro ec p R f er o re t en A ca tm ar ep ajors in the D m e re th ing back f o at d e on ry g to n is si h a h t i by choo W istration (RPL). in m d A es ic v er S re nâ€™s best recreation io and Leisu at n e th f o e on s now offer train for national s or to the 1940s, RPL aj m on ti ea cr re herapeutic T majors snag on ti ea cr education progra ms. re or do ut O five progra m. p to a s. And in m a on gr ti ro ca p ifi re rt ce tu n ve ad mps, parks and ca at s p i sh rn te in arket with an d m b jo a covete r te en s or aj management m jobs at theme g n ti p ce recreation and event ac , 0 2 0 2 growth rate by t n ce er p eation centers. cr 4 re 4 d d an te ec ks ar exp p s, rt ent venues, reso m n ai rt te en s, al iv st fe parks, I’M AN EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST of preschool training. Discovering the joys Lydia Goodman S E I D U T S L A T N E M HUMAN ENVIRON Perhaps your passion lies inter. making life bet department of mics progra ms, the Department of Human Environ mental St udies now offers some of the most diverse, tec hnically savvy pro gra ms on campus. As an apparel merchandising and design student, you work on the cutting edge of fashion. Discover better ways thr ough food as a budding dietitian. Create functional workspaces on campus as you learn interior design. Or learn to support indivi duals and families throughout the spectrum of life as a studen t of human development and family studies. WHAT A DIFFERENCE 50 YEA RS MAKES. Spun out of the old home econo Ear . R E D A E L N O . I s e s T u p A m a C c e U g e D ll o E c n o R e c E n e r H e f f G i I d a H A advanced degree to make Iâ€™M ning an Shanique B room am r g o r p DL , Hong E e h t in th Africa s t n e d Stu dy in Sou Ireland. can stu ng, Spain and Ko I T A C EDU f o t n e m depart ONAL LE P I H S ADER e g n a h c o t t n a w u o Do y ion from the educat e out? insid . E IM T E H T E K A M YOU . E L U D E H C S R U O Y IT WE F (EDL) prepares al Leadership he Department of Education T eded to further ne ills sk d an e dg le ow kn e th graduate students with nizations in P-12 or ga or l na io at uc ed d lea ly ve ti advance and effec hedules for working sc e bl xi fle gh ou hr T n. io at uc higher ed id, as well as br hy e, lin on in ed fer of e ar professionals, progra ms class formats. nd ke ee w d an g in en ev ce fa oface-t For many, c seems like the blink t a h w n I n . i s e f l v i e l s r u o y rse e m m i u o y of an eye â€” felong friendships and i l m r o f , s e i d stu . e r u t u f r u o y r o f h t a p a declare k r o W s â€™ e f i Your L ollege is the time of their In discovering yourself, you un lock a sc holastic passion, build on d develop hidden strengths anet rry a personal work hic tothca you through anything life rows your way. ? E M O BEC ities il ib s s o p r u o y , S H Within E id arenâ€™t bound by a rig as a erge curriculum. You em nal counselor, recreatio r. therapist or designe who will you a teac her a leader Or as a professional in two dozen other fields. You apply, teach and initiate new educational philosophies. a designer By becoming yourselfâ€”the self you were supposed to be all alongâ€” you ease the path of others. You may even accomplish more than you ever thought possible. a recreational therapist e. In short: You liva . d le u o Y . n r a le You on-campus 0 0 0 0, 2 e m so to e m ho is y Central M ic higan Universit ents. Another 8,000 study stud undergraduate and graduate tyâ€™s Global Campus. i rs ive un e th of rt pa as s pu m away from ca abroad progra ms y ud st 0 15 s, on ti za ni ga or t en More than 400 stud u vast experiential yo d or aff ies t i un rt po op g in er te and countless volun learning opportunities. Ca mpus Life in the M iddle of the M itten o any CMU t et k ic t e e fr a womenâ€™s a fan (with e s in a n e in m a e g et e p h t m o Get into hippewas c C e h t ur own h o c y t a e k a w t o t n a c ) t u en o v Y athletic e n I sports. io is iv D A A C N in the and seven menâ€™s largest intra mural progra ms U Student M e h C t r f o la u e p n o o p o t r e ga me ut in the ev o rk o w ly p im s M idwest, or Activity Center. From concerts to comedians, poets to political pundits, you can get your entertainment fix through an array of campus performances and events. EHS e t a u d a r g r e s d un academic program Apparel Merchandising and Design Major • Apparel Merchandising Concentration • Apparel Design Concentration Apparel Merchandising and Design Minor Child Development Major Child Development Minor Dietetics Major Early Childhood Development and Learning Major Early Childhood Development and Learning Major (B.S. in Education) Early Childhood Development and Learning Minor Family Studies Major Family Studies Minor Gerontology Minor Interior Design Major Interior Design Minor Nutrition Minor Certifications Elementary Education* Secondary Education** DEPARTMENT OF TEACHER EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES *Possible majors and minors include mathematics, integrated science, language arts, social studies, early child development and learning, reading in the elementary grades and middle level education. **Possible majors and minors include mathematics, science, English, social studies, history, geography, music, visual arts, physical education, school health education, world languages, English as a second language, speech and middle level education. Endorsements Middle Level Education Minor Reading in the Elementary Grades (K-8) Minor Recreation Major • Outdoor and Environmental Recreation Concentration • Recreation and Event Management Concentration • Therapeutic Recreation Concentration Leadership Minor Event Management Minor Outdoor and Environmental Education Minor Recreation Minor DEPARTMENT OF RECREATION, PARKS AND LEISURE SERVICES ADMINISTRATION Special Education Major • Teachers of Students with Cognitive Impairment Special Education Major • Teachers of Students with Emotional Impairment DEPARTMENT OF COUNSELING AND SPECIAL EDUCATION M.A. in Counseling – Professional Counseling M.A. in Counseling – School Counseling M.A. in Special Education Endorsements: Autism Spectrum Disorders, Learning Disabilities, Cognitive Impairment and Emotional Impairment DEPARTMENT OF COUNSELING AND SPECIAL EDUCATION M.S. in Apparel Product Development and Merchandising Technology Certificate in Gerontology M.S. in Nutrition and Dietetics DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES M.A. in Educational Technology M.A. in Education with emphasis in: · Training and Development · Community College · Guidance and Development · Curriculum and Instruction - Instruction - Reading: elementary and secondary - Mathematics · Integrated Science M.A. in Reading and Literacy K-12 M.A. in Early Childhood · ZS Endorsement in Early Childhood DEPARTMENT OF TEACHER EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT M.A. in School Principalship • Site based and Charter School Emphasis M.A. in Teacher Leadership Specialist in Education (Ed.S.) Ed.D. in Educational Leadership Ph.D. in Educational Leadership Graduate Certificate in College Teaching DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP gra a acadd emu ic p rogrt ame s EHS ore? s m w o o kn u/progra m t t n a W mic h.ed s.c h e o t Go Erin Smith-Gaken EHS Assistant Director of Admissions College of Education and Human Services (989) 774-2856 â€˘ firstname.lastname@example.org Central M ic higan University s College of Education and Human Service Mount Pleasant, MI 48859 Historical photos courtesy of the Clarke Historical Library. S H E owwitter Folln o T uehs @cm