Graduate students in the School of Education work closely with a small, collaborative faculty. Faculty members include nationally and internationally renowned senior scholars along with a cadre of recognized up-and-coming junior scholars whose overall scholarly productivity is among the top 20 U.S. schools and colleges of education.
As a testament to the distinguished level of scholarship, the School of Education has the nation’s second highest proportion of faculty members who have been named fellows of the American Educational Research Association (AERA). The faculty share a commitment to two broad principles that unite graduate study across the School’s program areas: (1) evidence-based policy and practice and (2) democracy, diversity and social justice.
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Graduate programs are available in the following program areas:
- Curriculum & Instruction (C&I): Literacy Studies
- Curriculum & Instruction (C&I): Math & Science Education
- Curriculum & Instruction (C&I): Humanities Education
- Curriculum & Instruction (C&I): Research on Teaching & Teacher Education
- Educational Equity & Cultural Diversity (EECD)
- Educational Foundations, Policy & Practice (EFPP)
- Educational Psychology & Learning Sciences (EPSY)
- Research & Evaluation Methodology (REM)
- MA+ Licensure
If you are interested in applying to one of our degree programs, please check the Graduate School website for more information about the application process.
- Graduate Programs
- C&I: Literacy Studies
- C&I: Math & Science Education
- C&I: Humanities Education
- C&I: Research on Teaching & Teacher Education
- Educational Equity & Cultural Diversity
- Educational Foundations, Policy & Practice
- Educational Psychology & Learning Sciences
- Research & Evaluation Methodology
- MA + Licensure Programs
- Partners in Education (PIE) Program
- Undergrad Licensure
- Post-BA Licensure
- MA+ Licensure
- International Students
- Visiting Campus