The Beverley Taylor Sorenson College of Education and Human Development views its primary mission as advancing education, human performance, and family development through knowledge, compassion, and action. The College seeks to prepare and develop dynamic, professional educators, administrators, leaders, and career specialists who constantly search for truth and excellence through effective practice, collaboration, and scholarship.
The Beverley Taylor Sorenson College of Education and Human Development provides students with an exceptionally unique professional experience that offers a distinctive Southern Utah University touch that includes:
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Attention freshman students - Focused Interest Groups
A Focused Interest Group [FIG] is a group of students who have been co-enrolled in a set number of classes based on their program of study or a particular theme. FIGs have been specifically created to get students started in the appropriate courses and connected with a group of fellow students and the campus. By participating in a FIG, students will have access to additional resources, such as increased tools for communication within the FIG, additional coordination with faculty, great opportunities for activities outside of class and much more. For more information see this Help Center article.
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