Education & Behavioral Sciences

Education & Behavioral Sciences
Ruth R Jackson, PhD.
Dean
Course Descriptions

There are those simple acts of kindness that make the difference in the lives of others. These acts include treating others with respect, fairness, equitability, and professionalism. It is our responsibility to develop in people a personal sense of integrity, character, professionalism, competence, dedication, loyalty, and a thirst for life-long learning.

I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to the School of Education and Behavioral Sciences Website at Langston University. We encourage you to explore the information and to learn more about the School of Education and Langston University.

Recently, the Teacher Education Program was selected by Diverse Magazine as one of the 100 top producers of minority teachers in the nation. This honor is a clear indication that we are leading the way in education. We know that education does not end here. It is a life-long process.

We are preparing students and teacher candidates to link with the global, local, and national communities through all areas of study. In its 2006 Annual Report, the Oklahoma Commission for Teacher Preparation indicates that seven completers of our teacher education program became National Board Certified Teachers.

Members of our staff are among the very best in the world. They have a personal commitment to making the School of Education and Behavioral Sciences a center for innovation and creativity. This commitment is brought forth through their various talents, abilities, and life experiences.

The School of Education and Behavioral Sciences offers a broad spectrum of exciting careers in a warm and inviting academic environment that encourages one to excel. One can rest assured that he/she will be prepared to make a difference in the lives of others whom he/she will serve.

We invite you to visit our campus to experience the innovation in teaching that is being perfected in the School of Education and Behavioral Sciences. Again, I extend to you a very warm welcome.