The FSU College of Education is home to programs that nurture and grow the next generation, whether that’s a student in a classroom, an athlete on the field, or a team at major corporations. If your passion has led you to pursue a graduate degree, you’ve come to the right place. The FSU College of Education will enable you to expand your education with a program tailored to your interests. Our goal is to help you find your path – and your passion – through our student-focused support services and innovation-driven programs.
Join us for our virtual open house events to learn more about our graduate programs and certificate programs in the FSU College of Education! You’ll be able to hear from our faculty, admissions staff, and students and ask questions about our programs, campus life, and anything else that comes to mind! Be sure to register via the link(s) below for the session(s) you’re interested in attending in order to receive the Zoom link! Check out our videos below, including a welcome from Dean Damon Andrew, overview of the FSU Graduate School, COE student resources, and the COE scholarship process.
Tuesday, October 27
Department of Sport Management
9:00 - 10:00 AM (EDT)
The Department of Sport Management offers M.S. and Ph.D. programs in Sport Management.
School of Teacher Education
4:00 - 6:00 PM (EDT)
The School of Teacher Education offers graduate programs in Curriculum & Instruction with majors in Autism Spectrum Disorder (MS), Early Childhood Education (MS, EdS, PhD), Elementary Education (MS, EdS, PhD), English Education (MS, EdS, PhD), Foreign and Second Language Education (MS, EdS, PhD), Mathematics Education (MS, EdS, PhD), Reading Education & Language Arts (PhD), Science Education (MS, EdS, PhD), Social Science Education (MS, EdS, PhD), Special Education (MS, EdS, PhD), and Visual Disabilities (MS and EdS).
They also offer graduate certificate programs in Autism Spectrum Disorder and Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL).
Wednesday, October 28
Student Q&A Panel
6:00 - 7:00 PM (EDT)
Join us for our student Q&A panel to hear what it's like to be a student in the FSU College of Education! You'll be able to ask all your burning questions about our programs, campus life, opportunities for involvement, and more!
Thursday, October 29
Department of Educational Psychology & Learning Systems
9:00 - 11:00 AM (EDT)
The Department of Educational Psychology & Learning Systems offers graduate programs in Career Counseling (MS/EdS), Clinical Mental Health Counseling (MS/EdS), Counseling Psychology and School Psychology (PhD), Educational Psychology: Learning & Cognition (MS, PhD), Instructional Systems & Learning Technologies (MS, EdD, PhD), Measurement & Statistics (MS, PhD), School Counseling (MS/EdS), School Psychology (MS/EdS), and Sport Psychology (MS, PhD).
They also offer graduate certificates in College Teaching, Human Performance Technology, Instructional Design and Technology, Measurement and Statistics, and Online Teaching and Learning.
2:00 - 2:45 PM (EDT)
FSU's Interdisciplinary Center for Athletic Coaching (FSU COACH) offers a graduate certificate in Athletic Coaching.
Department of Educational Leadership & Policy Studies
4:00 - 5:30 PM (EDT)
The Department of Educational Leadership & Policy Studies offers graduate programs in Educational Leadership/Administration (MS, EdS, EdD, PhD), Education Policy and Evaluation (MS, PhD), Higher Education (MS, PhD), History and Philosophy of Education (MS, PhD), and International and Multicultural Education (MS, PhD).
They also offer graduate certificates in Institutional Research and Program Evaluation.
Welcome and Overview of the College of Education
Hear a welcome from Dean Damon Andrew and learn about the FSU College of Education!
Overview of the FSU Graduate School
Learn more about the Graduate School at FSU, including funding and student resources, from Brian Barton, associate dean for business operations.
Student Resources in the College of Education
Hear more about resources and facilities available to students in the College of Education from Dr. Amy Guerette, associate dean for academic affairs.
College of Education Scholarships
Learn about the scholarship opportunities available to students in the College of Education, as well as the process to apply for them.