Dr. Casandra Harper Morris
Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis
202 Hill Hall
The Bachelor of Educational Studies (BES) is for students with interests in the scientific and scholarly study of education and/or education-related careers in non-school settings. Specific areas of interest may include learning theory, technology in education (including game design), educational and community leadership, organizational change, and policies that shape learning environments. BES coursework provides a foundation in educational theory, research, and practice that engages students in settings where they can influence change (e.g., schools; international contexts; student affairs; churches; sports, non-profit, and private organizations).
This degree maybe be completed on campus or online and offers an interdisciplinary approach with flexibility to personalize a program of study based on career aspirations and interests.
For information about the online BES program, contact the College of Education Advising Office.
Address: 101 Hill Hall
There are two main faculty groups involved in delivering the Bachelor of Educational Studies. Follow these links to meet our faculty!
Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis Faculty
Graduate Faculty Member - membership is required to teach graduate-level courses, chair master's thesis committees, and serve on doctoral examination and dissertation committees.
Doctoral Faculty Member - membership is required to chair doctoral examination or dissertation committees. Graduate faculty membership is a prerequisite for Doctoral faculty membership.
For graduate degree programs related to educational studies, please see the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis or other College of Education programs. You might also browse the complete list of degree options at the University of Missouri.