“changing education. changing the world.”
Ph.D. in Education
Offers three core emphasis options in Cultural and Curricular Studies, Disability Studies,
or School Psychology
Master of Arts in Special Education
Addresses legal, educational, behavioral and other key areas toward a deeper
understanding of how to educate and support people who learn differently.
Educational Specialist Degree in School Psychology
Master of Arts in Educational Psychology
Includes a Pupil Personnel Services Credential in School Psychology and incorporates
extensive field experiences in K-12 public school settings. Notably approved by the
National Association of School Psychologists (NASP).
Master of Arts in Counseling
Offered in tandem with a Pupil Personnel Services Credential in School Counseling, and
includes a rich range of field experiences in K-12 public school settings.
Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders
Includes a breadth of lecture courses as well as clinical experiences at both school and
Master of Arts in Education
Consists of a foundational core that addresses current issues in education like
technological advances and multiple literacies, with course options in a range of areas.
Master of Arts in Teaching
Comprised of four courses taken the semester following student teaching in the
Multiple or Single Subject Credential program. A challenging and rigorous experience
that truly embodies the notion of teacher as scholarly practitioner.
Multiple and Single Subject Credential Programs
Programs include embedded field experiences at K-12 school sites allowing students
to see how theory is transformed into practice.
The Bachelor of Arts in Integrated Educational Studies Ways to Learn More:
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“changing education. changing the world.”
SENIOR SCHOLAR AWARD:
DRS. PHIL AND DIANNE FERGUSON
The Senior Scholar Award from the Disability Studies in Education Association was jointly
awarded to Drs. Phil and Dianne Ferguson at the association’s conference in Ghent, Belgium, in
May 2010. The award was given in recognition of their contributions to research on families of
children with disabilities.
Dianne collaborates on research and writing with colleagues in Denmark and has worked with
faculty in Iceland, Sweden and Norway on a variety of international collaborations. She recently
organized study visits by Chapman doctoral students to Northern Ireland, Denmark and Sweden. In addition to her work with students and
international colleagues, Dianne recently became the Director of Program Improvement and Accreditation within the College of Educational
Studies. Phil has taught workshops and lectured in Canada, Denmark, Sweden, New Zealand, and Iceland as well as throughout the United
States, and currently serves as chair of four dissertation committees for Ph.D. students in the College of Educational Studies (CES).
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD: DISTINGUISHED
DR. ANAIDA COLON-MUÑIZ ACHIEVEMENT:
Associate Professor Anaida Colon-Muniz DR. JUDY
was honored with the Lifetime Achievement
Award from the National Conference of
Puerto Rican Women in November 2009. Director of the Communication
This group is committed to support women’s Sciences and Disorder (CSD)
rights and promote the equal participation Program within CES, Dr. Judy
of Puerto Rican and other Latinas in their Montgomery received the
economic, social and political life in the United Distinguished Achievement in Speech-Language Pathology/
States. Dr. Colon-Muniz and Dr. Michael Audiology Award from the California Speech-Hearing Association
Madrid, education director for CES, are (CASHA). This award represents the highest honor bestowed by
leading a collaboration with Union Bank and the El Sol Science and Arts CASHA and recognizes the outstanding contributions made by
Academy, a K-8 charter school in Santa Ana, California. The collaboration Dr. Montgomery. The first CSD cohort from Chapman University
provides CES-credential students with an exemplary model of education will graduate in August 2011. Dr. Montgomery recently became
characterized by a dual-immersion (English and Spanish) academic editor-in-chief of the international journal Communication
program that emphasizes the arts as well as sciences. At the same Disorders Quarterly, which publishes research articles in the areas
time, the program offers additional services that serve the families and of communication disabilities and deafness.
members of the diverse community in which El Sol is situated.
EDITOR AND ASSOCIATE EDITOR:
DR. MICHAEL HASS AND DR. KELLY GRAYDON KENNEDY
School Psychology Professor Michael Hass and Assistant Professor Kelly Graydon Kennedy are now the editor and
associate editor of the refereed journal Contemporary School Psychology, a publication of the California Association of
School Psychologists (CASP). Drs. Hass and Kennedy are both also involved in diverse international efforts, including
taking students to Guatemale. Additionally following Dr. Hass’ visit to Vietnam in 2009, the College of Educational
Studies and the School Psychology faculty hosted researchers from the Institute of Psychology in Hanoi; the group
signed a memo of understanding to exchange ideas and information in the field of school psychology to assist the
Vietnam Institute in developing that nation’s first school psychology training program. Dr. Hass returned to Vietnam this
last summer to teach in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.
DR. SUZANNE SOOHOO AND DR. JOEL COLBERT
The College of Educational Studies at Chapman University is proud to serve as “home” for Issues in Teacher Education, a journal
of the California Council on Teacher Education. Co-editors Drs. Suzanne SooHoo and Joel Colbert will serve for the next six years
in collaboration with other CES faculty and Ph.D. students in being reviewers of the semiannual journal.