College of Education and Behavioral Sciences
Empowering Individuals To Lead And Serve
The College of Education and Behavioral Sciences at WKU offers degree tracks in Counseling and Student Affairs, Educational Leadership, Organizational Leadership, Military Science, Psychology, Workforce Administration, and Education.
Become A Future Hilltopper
With The College of Education and Behavioral Sciences
To learn more and become a part of CEBS’s vibrant and diverse community, please visit our prospective student’s page to launch your future as a Hilltopper.
Events in the College of Education and Behavioral Sciences
FACING THE FRESHMAN YEAR: Essential Conversations
- Location: Kentucky Museum - Grand Gallery
- Time: 9:00am
Research in the College of Education and Behavioral Sciences
Research is an important part of the College of Education and Behavioral Sciences. Students and faculty work together to conduct research on a wide variety of topics in laboratories and classrooms. Faculty in CEBS use a variety of methods to investigate questions relevant to counseling, education, leadership, and psychology.
Student Opportunities in the College of Education and Behavioral Sciences
WKU Educator Discount
Fall 2020 - Spring 2021
Educators continue to work harder than ever, and WKU wants to thank them for the exceptional work they have done in ensuring that students of the Commonwealth continue to learn through this extraordinary time. We have reduced the rate of graduate education for Kentucky licensed educators to $350/credit hour for the 2020 - 2021 academic year.
WKU offers generous scholarships that may help you further reduce the cost of the Hilltopper experience. The WKU TOPDollar Scholarship Source allows you to search for various opportunities that exist and complete one General Scholarship Application to be eligible to be considered for scholarship opportunities at WKU.
Recruitment in Equity and Diversity in Teaching Program
At Western Kentucky University, the Recruitment in Equity and Diversity in Teaching Program (REDTP) is committed to increasing the number of teachers in Kentucky classrooms through recruitment and retention efforts. The program is dedicated to assisting students who are pursuing teacher education as a major and collaborates with the Kentucky Department of Education and area school districts in bringing resources together.
WKU Distinguished Educator Awards
We’re excited to announce the implementation of the inaugural WKU Distinguished Educator Awards, which will celebrate current Kentucky educators in our service region who are making significant contributions to the teaching profession.