Troy University has been approved by ACHE and SACS to offer a Ph.D. in Global Leadership
Ph.D. in Global Leadership
Troy University has been approved by the Alabama Commission on Higher Education and Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to offer a new doctoral degree,
the Ph.D. in Global Leadership.
The degree can be completed online, offering a way for working professionals to earn
Troy University offers a Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis
Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis
The program is comprised of 48 credits to be completed over 2 years (summers included).
It is sited on Troy University's Montgomery Campus and involves training in the theory and application of behavior analysis through
coursework and fieldwork.
Teacher/Parent Resources for use with Distance Education
As a global leader in distance learning, TROY's COE faculty have gathered online resources
and tools for use by teachers and parents of students in grades PK-12. We understand
how difficult it can be to change how to teach from face-to-face to online learning
in just a few weeks. These lists of resources will help you quickly find appropriate
activities and lessons to engage students in learning. Search the resources by grade
level clusters and then by subject. A separate Parent and Teacher resource list contains
tips and resources to support online learning while keeping your sanity.
About the College
Founded as a teachers college, today TROY continues to produce educators, counselors
Scholarships for study abroad opportunities in Costa Rica, South Korea, Uganda and
Of our graduates in the field of ASL/English Interpreting are able to find work upon
Mission & Vision
To prepare educators, administrators, counselors, interpreters and other professionals
to be informed , innovative practitioners who are effectively trained to achieve the
goals, competencies and skills identified by the accrediting and professional organizations
specific for each program. To graduate professionals who impact their profession through
the depth of their knowledge, dedication to ethical practices, insightful engagement
in the global society, connection to diverse populations and an understanding of the
power and responsibility they have to improve the lives of others.
TROY UNIVERSITY MISSION STATEMENT
A legacy of excellence
Founded in 1887 as a teacher's college, today's Troy University continues its original
mission of preparing educators, counselors, administrators and other professionals
to be lifelong, innovative, informed decision makers. As a student within the COE,
you'll be effectively trained to achieve the goals and skills identified by the accrediting
and professional organizations for each program. The outstanding faculty members in
the COE provide real-world experiences that make classroom learning come alive for
students. These dedicated faculty members care about individual students and work
hard to ensure their successes.
The College of Education consists of the Department of Teacher Education, the Department
of Leadership Development and Professional Studies, the Department of Counseling,
Rehabilitation and Interpreter Training and the Department of Psychology. Our programs
provide a rich environment of professional and clinical expertise to a diverse population
The College of Education also enjoys partnerships with Outreach Programs ACCESS, AMSTI,
Technology in Motion and SEARIC (Inservice).
College of Education programs are available in Dothan, Global Campus Sites, Montgomery,
Phenix City, Troy and Troy online.
College of Education faculty and staff
The College of Education Faculty and Staff invite you to apply and become a TROY
Preparing teachers since 1887
Helen Keller Lecture Series
Troy University’s Helen Keller Lecture, which began in 1995 as the vision of Chancellor
and Mrs. Jack Hawkins, Jr., was initiated to call attention to and raise awareness
of the challenges faced by those with physical limitations, particularly the sensory
impaired. Through the years, the lecture has also provided the opportunity to highlight
those who have devoted their careers to meeting the needs of the sensory impaired
and to celebrate the collaborative efforts and partnerships of Troy University and
the agencies and individuals who serve these special individuals.
Become A Teacher In Alabama
Teaching has been the backbone of Troy University since 1887. From Kindergarten to
High School, teachers help their students to learn basic skills and progress to more
advanced levels of learning. Teachers provide encouragement and support to their students
that can stay with a child or young adult for a lifetime.
Southeast Alabama Regional Inservice Center
Alabama's eleven Regional Inservice Centers were created by the State Legislature
to enhance the training of school personnel in critical needs areas. The concept and
mandate were adopted in May, 1984 (Act 84-622), establishing centers to provide "rigorous
inservice training in critical needs areas for the state's public school personnel"-
teachers, superintendents, principals, and local board of education members.
The Southeast Alabama Regional Inservice Center (SEARIC) serves nearly 5,600 teachers
in 21 school systems.
Specialized program accreditation is a voluntary, peer review process that ensures
our programs meet and exceed levels of quality to the public, to other institutions
and to potential employers. Our professional educator programs are nationally accredited
through CAEP (Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation) and at the state
level with certification programs which are approved by the ALSDE (Alabama State Board
of Education). The counseling programs are approved for accreditation by CACREP (Council
for Accreditation of Counseling & Related Educational Programs). The rehabilitation
program is accredited by CORE (Council on Rehabilitation Education). These accreditations
add value not only to our programs but also to our graduates in that they can be recognized
for the excellence and distinction they have achieved.
Ranked among the best for academic excellence
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