Building community while
constructing knowledge to serve a pluralistic society
As the College of Education (COE) faculty and staff, we are developing highly successful educators by engaging, educating, and empowering our graduates to make a difference in their own lives and in their community.
Heritage University, according to its mission statement, strives to provide a quality education for multicultural populations that have not traditionally had access to higher education. The goal for students of the COE is personal transformation within a supportive, pluralistic community of learners, which will result in improvement in the community at large.
Implied within its mission statement and the university’s motto, “Knowledge Brings Us Together,” are the valuing of a richly diverse learning community, active engagement in the learning process, and the continuing development of a just and pluralistic society through service.
The College of Education offers education programs for:
- HU Theory to Practice
- HU Residency
- Early Childhood Studies
- Masters Degree with Teaching Certificate (Masters in Teaching: MIT)
- MIT HU Theory to Practice
- MIT HU Residency
- MIT HU Accelerate
- Masters Degree in Educational Administration
- Principal/Program Administration Certification
- Various Certificate Endorsements