Educational Policy Studies
Our graduates assume positions as academics, analysts, research methodologists and leaders in education at all levels.
What Type of Program Are You Interested In?
Educational Leadership (Ed.S.) and Add-On Program
Educational Leadership (Ed.D.)
- Concentrations in Advanced Leadership, Higher Education Administration and Tier II
Educational Policy Studies (Ph.D.)
- Concentration in Research, Measurement and Statistics
- Concentration in Social Foundations of Education
- Concentration in Educational Leadership
- Concentration in Higher Education
Consistent with the goals of the College of Education & Human Development, we demonstrate quality research, teaching and service to address the most important educational issues facing Atlanta, the nation and the world.
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The Principals Center provides school leaders with learning and networking opportunities designed to develop their capacity to create schools that work for all children.
Department Chair Jennifer Esposito was interviewed on the Pretty Heady Stuff podcast about the book she co-authored entitled, “Introduction to Intersectional Qualitative Research.”
Audrey Leroux wins the George M. Sparks awards which recognizes Georgia State’s unsung heroes who go the extra mile with good humor and perseverance.
Faculty and students in the Department of Educational Policy Studies (EPS) coordinated and hosted the Southern History of Education Society (SHOES) 2022 Conference.
Hongli Li, associate professor in the Department of Educational Policy Studies, is the 2022 recipient of the College of Education & Human Development’s Outstanding Faculty Research Award.
Department of Educational Policy Studies
College of Education & Human Development, Suite 450
30 Pryor St. SW
Atlanta, GA 30303