Why Georgia State University?
The Georgia State College of Education & Human Development prepares you for a career that changes lives. Undergraduates learn the skills they’ll need for jobs in teaching, human learning and development, and exercise science.
College of Education & Human Development students are passionate about what they do and inspire others to go further and achieve more. Our graduates make a difference in schools and clinical settings every day, and a well-prepared professional can determine a person’s success for a lifetime.
How to Apply
Students interested in an undergraduate program must first apply and be accepted to Georgia State University.
A second application is necessary to gain entrance into each professional program in the College of Education & Human Development. Select a program to view specific application requirements.
Select a Program
Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Science in Education
Special Education — Deaf Education (Fall 2016)
Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies