Charisma University established the School of Education to provide advanced instruction in literature philosophy, the sciences and arts, and to give professional and technical training. Specifically, the University established the School to develop the students as professional educators, researchers, and as potential administrators. To achieve its goal, the School of Education has a broad-based curriculum that balances technical training and practical problem solving.
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A Message from the Dean
Welcome to the School of Education at Charisma University. As the year unfolds, I hope I have an opportunity to learn what attracted you and what you hope to accomplish with your studies. I also want to invite you to get to know our faculty, course program, partnerships, and current students.
In the field of education, there is a lot of research that points to a confluence of variable that play a significant role in the success of students, and one of those factors is the instructor in the classroom. Thus, here at Charisma University’s School of Education, we build on innovative and progressive global bench-marked teaching strategies that speak to educator’s instructional success. In other words, our mission, vision and purpose is to prepare professional educators for the 21st century global community, studying, learning, and practicing teaching modalities that transcend borders.
In educating professional instructors, our vision is to prepare educators to work within the global teaching community, our mission is to prepare educators to work in all levels of education, ranging from K through graduate degree level programs, and our purpose is to provide cutting-edge educational course curricula that keep pace with the changing global economic and educational institution needs.
Charisma University’s School of Education is moving into a new era, and we invite you to join us as we move forward together in preparing the next generation of educators.
Laureen Beyer, Ph.D.
Dean, School of Education