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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.

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Study Abroad Spotlight: Modena, Italy

Study Abroad Spotlight: Modena, Italy

See first-hand revolutionary preschool and elementary teaching methods with this monthlong trip to Italy. You will work alongside an Italian teacher, live with an Italian family, and even have the chance to take in the Northern Italian culture and countryside.

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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

Campbell and Stewart quoted in Real Simple magazine

Linda Campbell, a professor and director of the center for counseling in the department of counseling and human development services, and Alan Stewart, an associate professor of counseling psychology in the department of counseling and huma…

Parish quoted on new teacher-prep evaluation system

Jack Parish, the associate dean for outreach and engagement of UGA's College of Education and a clinical associate professor in the department of lifelong education, administration and policy, was recently quoted in an article by Walter Jon…

ESPN's talent executive gives graduates a smart send-off

Distinguished alumna Tonya Harris Cornileus, who gave the College of Education's convocation address for the 2015 ceremony, has taken her talent for teaching and turned it into managing talent.Cornileus (MEd, '04, PhD, '10) is the vice pres…

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Upcoming Events

2-3
Jun

Presenting Data Effectively

Attendees will get hands-on practice implementing direct, practical steps that can be immediately implemented after the workshop to clarify data presentation and support clearer decision-making. Full …

8-11
Jun

Structural Equation Modeling Workshop

This workshop will provide a foundation in structural equation modeling by introducing participants to the basics of model estimation, evaluation of model fit, and model interpretation for basic struc…

8-9
Jun

Introduction to Crafting Phenomenological Research - Part I

In this exciting and engaging two-day workshop, qualitative researchers, instructors of qualitative research methods, and graduate students will learn about the philosophical and methodological founda…

10-11
Jun

Part II: Crafting Phenomenological Research

Participants will deepen their understandings of and engagement in the philosophical foundations and methodological techniques in phenomenological research—and apply these understandings to the craf…

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