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Southeastern Oklahoma State University
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Southeastern Oklahoma State University
1405 North 4th
Durant, OK 74071


Control: Public

Southeastern is linked by tradition to the geographic region of southeastern Oklahoma and north Central Texas. It is 15 miles from the Oklahoma-Texas border, 90 miles north of Dallas; 160 miles southeast of Oklahoma City, and 15 miles east of Lake Texoma. The original purpose of Southeastern Oklahoma State University was the education of teachers; and while the purpose of the institution has expanded, the major emphasis continues to be quality undergraduate education. In addition, the School of Education and Behavioral Sciences offers a Masters Degree in Education and a Masters of Behavioral Studies.

A unique feature of Southeastern’s teacher education program is the Professional MENTORING Program. Teachers from surrounding schools are trained as Professional Mentors and are responsible for supervising our student teachers. A Coordinator oversees the program and faculty are readily available to assist, but the Professional Mentors are the primary supervisors in our teacher training program.

President: Dr. Michael Turner

Chief Academic Officer: Dr. Larry Minks

Unit: Department of Educational Instruction & Leadership

Dean or Director: Dr. Ed Mauzey

Telephone: 580-745-2090
Fax: 580-745-7473
E-Mail: emauzey@se.edu

OACTE Representative: Dr. Ed Mauzey
Alternate OACTE Representative: Dr. Vivian Guarnera

Accreditation Status and Programs Offered

Conceptual Framework: "Professionals for the 21st Century: Competent, Committed, and Ethical"

 

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