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Online Education Programs

The College of Education & Human Development offers seven online education degree programs, two graduate certificates, and two non-degree endorsements. Four of these programs allow certified teachers to earn master of education (M.Ed.) degrees without coming to campus. The master of arts in teaching (M.A.T.) enables students to earn their initial certification in the area of English to speakers of other languages (ESOL). The master of science (M.S.) degree prepares graduates to conduct research in the schools and in other settings.

  • no immunization requirements
  • reduced student fees – students pay a technology fee and a Board of Regents institution fee
  • courses offered spring, summer, and fall semesters
  • no campus visits
  • degrees are mirrored after campus-based programs
  • diploma will not indicate that the degree completion was online – these are Georgia State University master degree programs

Programs

Check State Eligibility

To determine whether you are eligible to apply for CEHD’s online programs, please visit the links below to view the full listing of states in which GSU is currently authorized to offer instruction as well as test your readiness for online program delivery with the readiness assessment.

Admissions

The Office of Academic Assistance and Graduate Admissions provides detailed information on the application procedures for our online programs. Applicants can view the application deadlines and  requirements online.

Program Coordinators

Staff Contacts:

Middle and Secondary Education: Educational Policy Studies:
M.A.T. / M.Ed. programs Bobbie Turner bnturner@gsu.edu 404-413-8405 M.S. Educational Research program Aishah Cowan acowan@gsu.edu 404-413-8273