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Future Students

Why Teach?

The College of Education prepares educators including:

Teachers – for initial teacher certification and for certification upgrades

Educational Leaders – for P-12 education and for higher education administration

Service Specialists – including counselors, school psychologists, instructional technology professionals, school media specialists as well as evaluation, assessment and research professionals.

What are our students saying about our programs?

The College of Education offers students multiple program opportunities spanning all three Georgia Southern locations and online. Programs offered by the COE prepare future teachers, school psychologists, counselors, school library media specialists, instructional technologists, researchers and leaders through intensive field experiences, cutting-edge technology and research-based instruction. 

Unique Housing Option for COE Students

Students with majors in the College of Education are approved to take part in an unique housing program called the Eagle Educators Living-Learning Community. The goal of this community is to help participants successfully transition to college life, be academically successful in their first year, and give them the opportunity to have meaningful dialogue with faculty about the diverse and complex needs of the U.S. education system.  Through common courses and social events, students in this community are able to engage in community service, develop their skills as educators and leaders, and form life-long bonds with their peers. For more information on joining this community and its requirements, please see the Eagle Educators LLC Info Sheet or visit University Housings Residential Learning Communities website.   

READY TO SUCCEED?

Visit the full listing of our programs to determine which program is right for you. If you have big plans for your future then the College of Education is where you can READY yourself to make them a reality.

Last updated: 1/15/2021