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The College of Education is one of the oldest, most respected schools of education in this region of the USA. We offer a broad range of undergraduate programs, master's degrees, and a doctoral program in Educational Leadership.
EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2017, you must maintain at least a 2.7 GPA to be admitted into and retained in teacher education programs.
Look At Me Now!!!!
This section highlights shout outs students give the College of Education. If you would like to "shout out" the College, submit your emails to: email@example.com
"I am proud to say I am a Bronco! During our Teacher Evaluation training I was the ONLY one who knew what the presenter was talking about and was familiar with the terms and rubric for the evalution. I just wanted to share and thank all the faculty in the Elementary Education Department for teaching me and preparing me!"
KB, FSU College of Education Alumna
"Thank you for everything. I received my degree in the mail. I appreciate everything you have done for me as your graduate student. You are really a wonderful professor and advisor. May God bless you."
NC, FSU College of Education Alumna
Welcome to the College of Education at Fayetteville State University, where we have maintained continued accreditation from the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) since 1954. In fact, the university began its proud history as a teacher’s college. Our commitment is to prepare highly qualified teachers and other school personnel through the development, administration, supervision, and evaluation of the programs we offer. The College of Education is home to three departments: Educational Leadership; Elementary Education; and Middle Grades, Secondary, and Specialized Subjects. The 10 BS, 6 M. Ed., the MSA, and the Ed. D programs offered in these departments are designed to prepare professionals who are scholars and facilitators of learning. All teacher education programs are approved by the North Carolina State Board of Education. <Read More>
Congratulations to the College of Education's Office of Teacher Education and the College of Education's Advisement and Retention Center for earning a 100% student statisfaction rating for Fall 2016.
Pictured left to right: Mrs. Beverlee Lamie, Mrs. Jenny Washington,
Dr. Jon Young (Provost), Mrs. Kathleen Marsh and Dr. Marion Gillis-Olion (Dean of COE)
Dr. Kimberly Smith-Burton, Interim Associate Dean and Chair of the Excellence In Teaching Conference Committee presenting the Wynton Hadley Excellence in Teaching Award to Dr. Noran Moffett who could not attend the conference. Congratulations. Dr. Chandrika Johnson also won the Excellence In Teaching Award and received hers at the conference. Check it out at #CONNECTatFSUCOE2017EITC
Grants for Teachers (2017 - 2018)