Office of the Dean
Jerry and Vickie Moyes College of Education Mission and Goals
The Moyes College of Education is committed to developing and maintaining healthy and responsible individuals, families, and schools in a global and diverse society through roles related to the preparation and support of practitioners and educators, service to campus and community, and the discovery and advancement of knowledge.
Students completing baccalaureate programs in the Jerry and Vickie Moyes College of Education will be granted either the Bachelor of Arts or the Bachelor of Science degree. The College also grants Masters degrees in Curriculum and Instruction and Athletic Training.
The Moyes College of Education supports Weber State University's Mission Core Themes:
|Access - The Moyes College of Education provides access by responding to student and market needs by offering baccalaureate degrees in Child and Family Studies, Health Promotion and Human Performance, and Teacher Education as well as Master’s degrees in Athletic Training and in Education.|
|Learning - The Moyes College of Education allows students to experience an engaging learning environment founded on outcome, assessment, and community-based learning that include freedom of research, artistic expression, and public service with extensive interaction between faculty, staff and students in and out of the classroom.
|Community - The Moyes College of Education represents pedagogical emphases and community commitments through contributions to pre-K -12 education, professional development, and cultural awareness and events by maintaining partnerships and outreach programs such as, but not limited to, Teacher Assistant Pathway to Teaching (TAPT), Preparing Research-based Inclusive Multidisciplinary educators (PRIME) Grant, StoryTelling Festival, and WSU Family Literacy Program.|
|OFFICE OF THE DEAN|
Jack Rasmussen, PhD
College of Education Tenure Document (html)