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What Our Graduates Are Saying

The College of Education maintains and enhances our longstanding commitment to welcoming career changers. In 2010 we produced 555 teachers, of which 356 (64%) were part of non-traditional route programs such as our graduate level Master of Arts in Teaching programs or other post-baccalaureate programs.

“I’m establishing some great relationships and, hopefully, setting a good example as a positive male role model in their lives. All students can learn and want to succeed; you just have to find a way to reach them.”

Adam Kho
2010 Graduate, Master of Arts in Teaching, Mathematics Education
Instructional Coach, Alonzo A. Crim Open Campus High School, Atlanta

 

Graduate Admission

To apply for a College of Education graduate program, you must submit your online application and all official supplemental application materials by the program deadline.

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Doctor of Philosophy

Counselor Education and Practice
Counseling Psychology
Early Childhood and Elementary Education
Education of Students with Exceptionalities*
Educational Policy Studies*
Educational Psychology
Instructional Technology
Kinesiology*
School Psychology
Teaching and Learning*

Doctor of Education

Curriculum and Instruction*
Educational Leadership

Educational Specialist

Educational Leadership
School Counseling
School Psychology

*These programs have concentrations. Please review the web pages of the programs for more information.

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certification only programs 

 
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