The Department of Educational & Clinical Studies is designed and dedicated to prepare professionals for specialized services in schools, community agencies, and higher education settings. Our undergraduate and graduate students participate in coursework and clinical experiences that contain a solid theoretical and practical knowledge base in the areas of research design and implementation, teaching, and the provision of mandated services at the community, state, and national level. The faculty produces new knowledge concerning critical educational and clinical issues through original research and scholarly inquiry. We promote and embrace the concept of cultural diversity and we affirm our commitment to the ethical standards of our respective disciplines. The department will maintain professional accreditation in Counseling, Early Childhood, English Language Learner Programs, and Special Education. Through external funding (national and state grants), the creation of sustainable research labs, and publication of our research in ranked scholarly journals, department faculty contribute to the scientifically based literature across all the professional areas represented in the department.
EDSP 481 Students: There will be no scheduled orientation. Report to the first day of scheduled class
EDSP 487/ECE 483 Students: Orientation will be on Wednesday, January 11 at 11:00-noon in CEB 133.
EDSP 491/ECE 491/ECE 781 Students: Orientation will be on Wednesday, January 11 from 9:00am-10:00am in CEB 133.
ESP 737i Students: Orientation will take place on the first night of class.
* Attendance at orientation is mandatory.
Application Due Date: September 15 **strictly enforced**. Applications are available online.
Exam Date: Friday, October 21 from 4-8 pm.
* Deadlines will be strictly enforced. *
Study guides are available online in PDF format.
Educational and Clinical Services Department Debuts a Series of Lectures and Interactive Sessions for Human Services Professionals.
In Fall 2014, the College of Education became the recipient of the largest single endowment to the university in the amount of $12.9 million by the late Kitty Rodman, a longtime supporter of the university and the community. Per Ms. Rodman's request, the funds are to support scholarships and graduate fellowships for UNLV students pursuing careers in special education.
Students applying for May or August graduation of 2016 can now apply to take the Counselor Preparation Comprehensive Examination (CPCE). Students must inform their advisor of their intent to take the exam by November 11th. The exam will be administered Saturday, January 23rd, from 8am to 12pm. The location for the examination will be announced the first week of January.
Any study materials for this exam can be accessed at the following link: http://www.nbcc.org/Exam
Department Chair - Monica Brown, Ph.D.
Office: CEB 147
Graduate Coordinator - Cori More, Ph.D.
Office: CEB 123
Early Childhood Education and Undergraduate Human Services Program Coordinator - Jeffrey Gelfer, Ph.D.
Office: CEB 119A
Special Education Program Coordinator - Joseph Morgan, Ph.D.
Office: CEB 125
Counselor Education Program Coordinator - Shannon Smith, Ph.D.
Office: CEB 153
English Language Learning Program Coordinator - Tracy Spies, Ph.D.
Office: CEB 122
Doctoral Program Coordinator - Kyle Higgins, Ph.D.
Office: CEB 120
UNLV Department of Educational & Clinical Studies
Carlson Education Building
Department Office CEB 118
4505 S. Maryland Parkway
Las Vegas, NV. 89154-3014
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