The information below is a list of graduate programs offered through the College of Education and Human Development's Department of Educational Leadership, Research and Technology at Western Michigan University.
- Educational and Instructional Technology
- Educational Leadership Central Office
- Higher Education and Student Affairs
- Educational and Instructional Technology—M.A.
- Educational Leadership—M.A.
- Evaluation, Measurement and Research—M.A.
- Organizational Change Leadership—M.A.
- Specialist in Education—Ed.S.
- Educational Leadership—Ph.D.
- Evaluation, Measurement and Research—Ph.D.
Academic writing support
The College of Education and Human Development offers a variety of special-topics writing workshops for graduate students who would benefit from focused attention on core academic writing issues. For some students, these elective/no-credit workshops may be helpful refreshers, for others they may be much-needed specific instruction. Topics include Effective Writing and Citing to Avoid Plagiarism, Literature Review Structure and Purpose, and Analysis vs. Synthesis in Academic Writing, among others.
Doctoral students who need encouragement and support during the dissertation phase of their PhD program can work with the CEHD Dissertation Writing Coach through either one-on-one consultations or in weekly writing workshops held in Kalamazoo and Grand Rapids. These elective/no credit workshops are ideal for those who would benefit from the camaraderie and accountability of structured writing time, as well as additional support with their writing process.
APA Style Resources
As social science scholars, CEHD students are expected to write in accordance with the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA) (6th edition). In addition to attending one of the twice-yearly APA workshops, students can become experts in APA writing style by downloading and using the CEHD APA style resources.