Canevin Hall school of Education

Find the education program to help you meet your goals!

Duquesne University's Graduate School of Education offers 39 programs with opportunities for students to pursue graduate coursework for endorsements, certifications, master's and doctoral degrees that lead to opportunities both inside and outside of the classroom. 

Marriage, Couple and Family Counseling

The 60 credit Master of Science in Education (M.S.Ed.) in Marriage, Couple and Family Counseling is a practitioners' degree designed to prepare students to work as professional counselors in human service and counseling agencies, which include the following types of settings/roles: community mental health centers, drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers, mobile therapists, family based mental health therapists, outpatient therapists, and behavioral specialists consultants (BSC).

School Psychology (PsyD) 

Principally designed to train doctoral-level psychologists in schools, the 91 credit hour Psy.D. Program includes coursework, practica, an applied project demonstrating skills learned via the Local Clinical Scientist training model, and an internship.  A PhD in School Psychology is also available.

Child Psychology

This 30-hour training program includes coursework to enhance paraprofessional mental health services provided to children in community and school settings. Graduates of this program will meet Pennsylvania Behavior Specialist License criteria.

Secondary Education

This program includes options for initial certification as well as returning secondary teacher. Areas of concentration include English, social studies, mathematics and the sciences.

Learn more about all of our graduate education program opportunities