Welcome to the

Moore School of Education

Preparing Students to be Effective, Equitable, Caring Educators

Welcome to the Moore School of Education, where you can prepare for two distinct career paths.

First, there is the education path. This path equips students with theory and practice in teaching and learning, a social justice-oriented pedagogy, and the leadership skills needed to teach in diverse classrooms.

Second, there is a Deaf Studies path. This path equips students with the linguistic and practical skills necessary for being a culturally responsive service provider to people who are deaf, hard of hearing, deaf+, and/or deafblind in a variety of settings.

Students in these programs will have the opportunity to learn and develop the professional knowledge and skills necessary to be effective educators or professionals (interpreters or social workers). These skills develop under the supervision of an experienced and qualified faculty.

Featured Degrees

Deaf Studies

BS

Master of Education

MEd

Education

BS

News

CU’s first Project NExT fellow!

12/3/2021

Our CU math faculty Dr. Nalin Fonseka has been selected as an MAA Project NExT Fellow and he will be joining the Red’22 cohort of MAA Project NExT in summer 2022.  MAA Project NExT is a program sponsored by the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) to aid in the professional development of mathematics and statistics faculty after they receive their PhDs. It […]

LAWA partners with Carolina University to help close Latino academic achievement gaps

11/22/2021

Charlotte, NC, November 15, 2021 – LAWA, a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the education and quality of life for the Latino community in the Charlotte region through scholarships and career-readiness programs, has partnered with Carolina University to help Latino students from low- to moderate-income families in the Charlotte Region gain access to high-quality post-secondary […]

Prof Gopalan Speaks at Economic Times Skills Summit 2021

11/17/2021

Prof Sandeep Gopalan, Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, presented as part of a panel of academic leaders at the ET Skills Summit on November 17, 2021. The event brought together a global collection of leaders from academia, government, and business to discuss developments in the higher education landscape amidst covid-19. Prof Gopalan was on […]