From Fulbright scholars and grant recipients to published authors and corporate executives, Plymouth State University’s faculty is committed to ensuring your success.
Currently, more than 200 full-time and adjunct faculty members, the majority of whom hold doctoral or other terminal degrees in their fields, teach in the graduate programs. As a student, you’ll be assigned a faculty advisor who will assist you in planning coursework to meet your goals.
You’ll be encouraged to work in collaboration with your professors: exchanging ideas, pursuing research interests, and linking theory to practice. Many students go on to present research at national and regional conferences in conjunction with faculty.
The connections you establish with your professors will continue long after you’ve received your degree.
Faculty by Subject Areas
- Art Education and Integrated Arts
- Athletic Training
- Counselor Education
- Criminal Justice Administration
- Curriculum and Instruction
- Eating Disorders
- Educational Leadership
- Elementary Education
- English Education
- Environmental Science and Policy
- Health Education
- Heritage Studies and Historic Preservation
- Higher Education
- Language Education (TESOL)
- Library Media
- Music Education
- Personal and Organizational Wellness
- Physical Education
- Reading and Writing
- Science Education
- Special Education
- Technology Education