The College of Education and Human Services (formerly the College of Human Resources and Education) was established in 1927 as a separate college within West Virginia University. This unit has a rich history of serving West Virginia.The mission and specific goals of the College continue to evolve. Currently the College is undergoing a planning process that has provided renewed focus to this mission through a new strategic plan.
In order to accomplish its goals, the College is organized into five academic departments:
- Counseling, Rehabilitation Counseling & Counseling Psychology
- Communication Sciences & Disorders
(formerly the Department of Speech Pathology/Audiology)
- Curriculum & Instruction/Literacy Studies
- Learning Sciences and Human Development
(formerly the Department of Technology, Learning, and Culture)
- Special Education
Additional centers and projects assist the College in accomplishing its goals. A variety of internal committees and the College’s Visiting Committee also aid the College in its work.
For a full list of the Centers and Projects associated with this college, please explore the following link: CEHS Projects and Centers
The College of Education and Human Services is proud of the degree opportunities that it offers, its student body, its alumni, and its dedicated faculty and staff.
More Information about the College
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