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  • Bachelor's Degrees Prepare for a career in teaching and earn teacher certification along with your degree. Our highly ranked education offerings emphasize a solid foundation in traditional and emerging educational approaches, hands-on learning, and in-class experience across diverse disciplines.
  • Dual Degrees Dual degree programs combine studies in the University of Georgia College of Education and other colleges within the University of Georgia. These programs offer you the opportunity to connect your deep interest in an academic area with your passion for educating others. You can generally earn both degrees in the same amount of time as pursuing a single degree.

Student life

Research Spotlight: Kinesiology Labs

Research Spotlight: Kinesiology Labs

Get hands-on research experience through our many kinesiology labs, which study topics such as body composition, the psychological effects of exercise, sport instruction, and muscle physiology.

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Student organizatons

Student organizatons

Join a variety of organizations to foster your professional growth, leading to extended learning opportunities.

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Financial aid

Financial aid

The College of Education offers assistantships, scholarships, grants, and other awards to students in need of financial aid.

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Graduate advising

Graduate advising

Our graduate advisors work one-on-one with you to create a program of study that fits your schedule and needs.

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Latest News

COE doctoral student awarded scholarship in curriculum and instruction

Erin Horan, a doctoral student in the department of educational psychology, was recently awarded the Barbara Day Laureate Scholarship from Kappa Delta Pi.

Alumni elected to roles in national association

The National Association for Gifted Children recently elected two alumni of the Department of Educational Psychology to leadership roles.

Smagorinsky: Are college campuses too politically correct?

There is a reason comedians don't like to venture to college campuses, writes Peter Smagorinsky in the latest edition of the AJC's Get Schooled blog.

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Upcoming Events


edTPA Informational Session for New TAs

This session will introduce edTPA handbook requirements and COE resources designed for faculty, mentor teachers, and teacher candidates.


IDD@UGA Conference

This two-day professional conference is designed to showcase innovative Instructional Design and development projects and digital learning for adult professional education including corporate, industr…


College of Education Back on the Block Party

Celebrate the start of a new school year with the College of Education!

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