College of Education and Human Development
 

The College of Education and Human Development at Western Michigan University is a diverse and vibrant institution of professional education, preparing individuals annually for leadership in their fields. The college is comprised of six departments: counselor education and counseling psychology; special education and literacy studies; family and consumer sciences; human performance and health education; teaching, learning and educational studies; and educational leadership, research and technology. Approximately 100 regular full-time faculty serve 2,500 undergraduate and over 1,300 graduate students, with majors enrolled in programs leading to bachelor's, specialist's, master's and doctoral degrees.

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College of Education and Human Development Newsletter

Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology

Educational Leadership, Research and Technology

Family and Consumer Sciences

Human Performance and Health Education

Special Education and Literacy Studies

Teaching, Learning, and Education Studies