School of Education
Our School of Education offers programs that prepare you to be an effective educator. Small class sizes facilitate collaborative interaction and spacious classrooms equipped with 21st century technology create a powerful face-to-face learning environment.
The Mission of the Nevada State University School of Education is to prepare educators and speech language pathologists to support children, youth, and adults by utilizing evidence-based approaches and providing high quality field and clinical experiences. We are committed to promoting:
- Creative, critical, reflective, responsive, and collaborative professionals
- High quality research and evidence-based practices
- Cultural, linguistic, physical, and cognitive diversity
- Justice, equity, and inclusivity
- Partnerships with families, PK-12, higher education, and the community
- Civic engagement and advocacy
The Nevada State University School of Education prepares professionals to advance justice and equity through improving the education and well-being of young children, adolescents, and adults towards supporting a diverse and inclusive society.
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Degrees & Programs
Applications for student teaching are accepted twice each year. The application process is completed online. Please see the link below to learn more about the student teaching application.
Master of Speech Language Pathology
Nevada State University has developed an M.Ed. in Speech-Language Pathology, which started in fall 2019 with 53 full and part-time cohorts. For further questions about this program, please write to Angel Ball, Ph.D. CCC/SLP (program director): Angel.firstname.lastname@example.org or Kayla McDuffie (administrative assistant): Kayla.email@example.com.
Nevada State seeks to prepare holistic educators that can teach in multiple languages and build on their students’ diverse backgrounds.
CSN to Nevada State Transfer Program
Fingerprinting & CCSD Volunteer Application
Graduation & Licensing
Praxis Subject Assessments
Speech Pathology Clinical Practicum
Teachers Taking It Online Program
Early Childhood Education Center
General Licensure Information; School of Education
Praxis Core Exam
School-Based Mental Health
Speech Pathology Program Admission
The Futuro Project
Nevada State & Northern NV Community College Partnerships
Praxis Core Resources
TAPP – Teacher Academy Pipeline Project
Nevada State University has numerous courses to help you reach your academic goals. Find available courses using our Schedule of Classes tool.
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Connect with The School Of Education
Main Phone: 702.992.2515
Office Fax: 702.992.2516
Christenson Education Building
1300 Nevada State Drive
Henderson, NV 89002
Mon-Fri, 8‐5 PM
Faculty Availability: By arrangement
Closed all major holidays