Welcome to the College of Education and Allied Professions (CEAP). The primary role of the College is to prepare educators, counselors, psychologists, recreation personnel, and other human service specialists at both entry and advanced levels. These professionals will staff public elementary, secondary, postsecondary schools, sport and recreation agencies, and other human service organizations in North Carolina and the region beyond.
The College fulfills its mission by developing and maintaining a community of scholars that promotes and recognizes good teaching, service, and research. Of these three scholarly activities, providing optimal learning environments for students is most important, followed by service and research.
CEAP provides undergraduate and graduate programs, including both traditional and online instruction.
The business of our college is governed by our Bylaws, which establishes our standing committees. Current year College of Education and Allied Professions Committee List.
Each program in the College has an advisory board with appointed members, organized by the program director/coordinator. Program advisory boards meet at minimum once per year to provide support and advise to program faculty. Board members also serve as ambassadors to the programs by connecting programs with external parties and share information regarding developmenta and news in the program field.
College of Education and Allied Professions Partnership Forum Event
Each spring the College hosts a "Partnership Forum" event, inviting each program advisory board for individual meetings and a combined group dinner.
Below, meeting minutes from program advisory board meetings can be viewd:
School of Teaching and Learning Programs
Middle Grades Education
Health and Physical Education
Inclusive Education- undergraduate
Special Education- graduate
University Participant Program
Human Services Programs
Educational Leadership: Fall 2019
Higher Education Student Affairs
Parks and Recreation Management: Fall 2019
School Administration and Public School Leadership
School and Clinical Mental Health Counseling
McKee Assessment and Psychological Services Clinic
Doctorate of Psychology
To change the curriculum, you must initiate a change proposal in Curriculog, the curriculum management system. There are two main types of changes you can make to the curriculum:
A typical curriculum change must be approved by:
Each of the committees meets approximately once per month during the fall and spring semesters. The meetings are scheduled so a proposal without problems can flow through them within a few months.
The committee will meet on:
September 4th at 4:00 p.m. (KL 202)
September 27th at 9:00 a.m. (KL 204D)
October 30th at 4:00 p.m. (KL 202)
November 25th at 2:00 p.m. (KL 202)
January 22th, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. (KL 202)
February 19th, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. (KL 202)
Training & Examples
If you need an account set up in Curriculog or have a question about the process outside our college, email email@example.com
If you need help starting a curriculum change process or have questions about the process in our college, contact our current committee co-chairs, Resa Chandler and Derek Becker.