Instructional Support Programs
Make a difference in the school system by providing educational support and leadership to students and teachers. Alabama State University offers graduate, specialist and doctoral programs in instructional leadership, counseling, library media, education policy and law, and applied technology.
Become a school administrator, principal or superintendent---study educational leadership at ASU. Our master and specialist degree programs mix classroom instruction with field study and internships. Learn more:
Work with parents, teachers and administrators, and help today’s students become tomorrow’s successful adults through curriculum, career and personal counseling. Learn more:
- M.Ed. in School Counseling
- Ed.S. in School Counseling
- M.S. in Clinical Mental Health
- Ed.S. in Clinical and Mental Health
Librarian, media specialist, curriculum support professional, chief information officer---all of these career paths are open with a degree in library media from ASU. Learn more:
Modern organizations require technological expertise. The Master of Science degree in Applied Technology prepares the students to design, implement, and/or manage technology in varied environments such as education, business, health, the arts... Learn more:
Become a change agent that positively affects your classroom, your school, your community, and the national conversation about educational change. Learn more:
Be a true agent of change in the lives of children and adults in the state of Alabama with this 3-year, doctoral (Ed.D.) program. Learn more:
An Alabama State University student will represent the state of Alabama in a national pageant.
Two Alabama State University professors have edited a recently published book dealing with research in political sociology.
One of the newest members of Hornet Nation has overcome incredible odds to make it to college.