Graduate

Degree Programs

The College of Education offers various degree and certificate programs to prepare out graduate students to become leaders, researchers, and scholars within various areas of study. With small class sizes and an abundance of research opportunities available, students have direct access to our faculty and ongoing research projects. 

Each program determines which semesters it will accept new students, when applications are due and what admission requirements you must meet. To learn more about admission requirements specific to each of our programs, visit the program's website or contact the program coordinator.

Master of Arts (MA) and Master of Education (M.Ed) Programs 

Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Programs 

Our Master of Arts in Teaching programs are designed for individuals who hold a bachelor's degree in a field outside of education and are seeking initial teacher certification. Prospective or new students should contact Student Academic Services to connect with an advisor. 

Educational Specialist (EdS) Programs

Doctor of Education (EdD) Programs

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Programs 

Degree and/or course requirements are subject to change, per state legislative mandates, Florida State Department of Education program approval standards, and accreditation criteria.