Professional Education Advisement
Hill Hall 202, 417-836-5429
The Professional Education Advisement Center welcomes you. We assist students with class scheduling and planning for the special education, cross categorical majors.
Graduate and post-graduate students in counseling, educational leadership and student affairs programs have advisors within their program. For more information about advisement or to contact an advisor, please contact the following program coordinators:
Student Affairs in Higher Education
Cooperative Doctorate Program
Special Education Graduate Programs
Special Education Graduate Program Advisors
Special Education Alternative Certification Track (SEACT)
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Program
Blindness & Low Vision Program
Orientation & Mobility Program
We also make referrals to campus support services and professional organizations, monitor professional education requirements and class prerequisites, and provide resource materials for the PRAXIS II exam. For more information regarding test dates, visit the Counseling Center.
Easy access on Blackboard
Recently the Professional Education Advisement Center added a feature on Blackboard. You can enroll into Professional Ed Advisement to access several informational links as well as study guides, announcements, student organizations, etc. Please take time to add this to your Blackboard courses.