The Department of Curriculum & Instruction believes in addressing critical issues of learning, teaching and social justice at global and local levels.
EPOL is focused on training a new generation of researchers differently and better to address issues in educational policy & practice.
We pride ourselves in preparing students for positions as university professors, researchers, counseling psychologists, and testing, measurement and evaluation specialists.
We embrace a threefold mission of teaching, research, and public service. Within this mission, we address issues that face special and general education as rapidly as our changing world.
College of Education faculty lead competitive, engaged research funded by top departments and institutions in the nation. They seek to learn, understand, and impact global learning objectives while collaborating with professional peers, students, and the community.
Choose from our redesigned teacher licensure programs and new, non-licensure Bachelor of Science in Learning and Education Studies. Explore meaningful field placements and research opportunities.
Our highly ranked graduate programs feature a diverse community of scholars and rigorous research training to help prepare you for faculty, research, and leadership positions around the world.
Our online and off campus programs offer busy adults flexibility in attaining a degree, certificate, or endorsement. All online programs are taught by the same faculty you'll find in our classrooms.