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College of Education

Office of Academic Assistance and Graduate Admissions
Phone: (404) 413-8000
Today’s hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.

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Undergraduate Programs

Undergraduate programs are offered through Early Childhood Education, Kinesiology and Health, and Middle and Secondary Education Departments. Undergraduate Programs 
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Graduate Programs

The College of Education offers master of arts in teaching (MAT), master of education (MEd), master of science degrees (MS), educational specialist (EdS) and doctoral degree (PhD and EdD) programs. Graduate Programs 

Non-Degree Programs and Certificates

The College of Education provides non-degree opportunities for students who wish to:
  • obtain a certificate at the graduate level,
  • add an area of endorsement to a certificate,
  • obtain initial certification in educational leadership and special education,
  • take courses for enrichment.
Non-Degree Programs and Certificates 

Online Education

Georgia ONmyLINE (GOML) provides access to a full array of online and distance education offerings from the 31 colleges and universities in the University System of Georgia. Georgia State University’s College of Education offers five online programs through the GOML system and two online endorsements. Learn more 
For more detailed information about GRA openings, program details and faculty please view each department's website.
The College of Education's faculty lead study abroad trips in a number of countries across the world. These programs are short-termed and their configurations and duration vary. For more information about a specific study abroad trip, contact the corresponding program director.

China Study Abroad Program – Early Childhood Education

  • April 5 – 26, 2014
  • Courses: ECE 4700 or ECE 8000
  • Program Director: Dr. Laura Meyers
Sweden Study Abroad Program

  • March 14 – 23, 2014
  • Courses: ECE 4700 or ECE 8000
  • Program Director: Dr. Lynn Hart
Spain Study Abroad Program – “Exploring the Impact of Historical and Cultural Contexts on the Spanish Education System”

  • May 10 – 25, 2014
  • Courses: ECE 4700 or ECE 8000
  • Application Deadline: Feb. 14, 2014
  • Program Director: Dr. John Kesner
Norway Study Abroad Program – “Issues in International Education”

  • March 14 – 23, 2014
  • Courses: ECE 4700 or ECE 8000
  • Program Director: Dr. Gary Bingham
Korea Study Abroad Program (S.A.P.P.) – Early Childhood Education

China Study Abroad Program – Sport and Exercise Science

European Sport Business Industry Study Abroad Program (the Netherlands, Germany, Austria and Switzerland)

Aboriginal Mathematical Literacies- Ouro Preto, Brazil

  • Dates of the trip: Summer
  • Course: EDMT 8820/MATH 7400
  • Contact: Dr. Iman Chahine,

Embracing Indigenous Knowledge Systems- Johannesburg, South Africa

  • Dates of the trip: Fall
  • Course: EDMT 3420/MATH 7821
  • Contact: Dr. Iman Chahine,

Ethnomathematics in Morocco- Fez, Morocco

  • Dates of the trip: Spring
  • Course: EDMT 8420 / MATH 3350
  • Contact: Dr. Iman Chahine,

Field Trip Experiences for Teachers- Johannesburg, South Africa

  • Dates of the trip: April
  • Course: EDCI 4700/7821
  • Contact: Dr. Iman Chahine,

Service Learning in the Dominican Republic

Student Teaching Abroad- France

  • Dates of the trip: TBA
  • Course: Practicum
  • Contact: Dr. Mary Ariail,

Language, Religion and Immigration: Comparative Multiculturalism in the U.S. and France – Paris, France

  • Dates of the trip: Maymester
  • Course: EDUC 3333/EDCU 7777
  • Contact: Dr. Gholdy Muhammad,

Study Abroad Program for Mathematics Educators – Kingston, Jamaica

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