Choose from a wide range of undergraduate, graduate, certificate and endorsement programs in education and human service fields.
The information shared here is intended to provide an overview of Georgia State’s Education & Human Development offerings. For official details on admissions requirements, tuition, courses and more please refer to the university catalogs.
- psychological and emotional wellness
- professional and ethical practices
- social and cultural diversity
- social justice and advocacy
- human growth and development
- counseling theories, interventions and best practices
- career development
- assessment, research and program evaluation
- and more
- Implement best practices in the profession
- Communicate effectively with colleagues and clients
- Work collaboratively with other professionals who serve individuals with communication disorders and their families
- Pursue opportunities for advanced degrees
- In the fall, students take one class about digital literacy and cybersecurity.
- In the spring, students take one class about computational thinking and human-computer interaction.
- During the summer, students take two classes: A programming course designed specifically for future computing teachers and a computer science teaching methods course.
- Multicultural counseling
- Play therapy with children and adolescents
- Trauma and stress
- LGBTQ issues in counseling and counselor education
- Disability, health and chronic illness
- Suicide and crisis
- Program evaluation
- Quantitative, qualitative and mixed research methodologies
- Education courses provide students with a background in child development theories, learning strategies, critical and creative thinking skills and examinations of children’s lives in contemporary society, all through the lens of creative education
- Additional coursework in business, policy, education or the arts allows students to focus on content that will prepare them for their specific goals
- Apprenticeships connect students with organizations and businesses in the metro-Atlanta area to expand their knowledge and skills in areas such as nonprofit organizations, start-up companies, after-school programs and teacher leadership