Dean: G. Good
Graduate study in education, allows individuals with bachelor’s degrees in agriculture, business, education, engineering, mathematics, sciences, humanities, foreign languages, preprofessional studies and other fields to prepare for rewarding professional careers in education and related fields.
The College of Education offers 19 master’s or specialist programs, 12 doctoral programs, and a J.D./Ph.D. program with the College of Law through its three schools:
- Human Development and Organizational Studies in Education;
- Special Education, School Psychology and Early Childhood Studies; and
- School of Teaching and Learning.
Follow these links for more information about UF’s College of Education graduate programs:
- Human Development and Organizational Studies in Education
- Anatomical Sciences Education
- Counseling and Counselor Education
- Educational Leadership
- Higher Education Administration
- Marriage and Family Counseling
- Mental Health Counseling
- Program Evaluation in Educational Environments
- Research and Evaluation Methodology
- School Counseling and Guidance
- Student Personnel in Higher Education
- School of Teaching and Learning
- Special Education, School Psychology and Early Childhood Studies
Complete faculty listings: Follow this link.