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College of Education & Human Sciences

Enhancing human potential

Graduates of the College of Education and Human Sciences transform the lives of people around the world every day. They work in diverse work settings which span business, education, government, and non-profit or community agencies. Examples of careers in EHS include an educator who provides leadership and instruction in our schools; a dietitian who counsels others to establish a healthy or specialized diet; an interior designer who designs residential or commercial spaces; a wellness professional who works with adults to promote good health practices for people of all ages; a pilot serving our country; or a professional counselor supporting the development of others.

The College works to advance teaching, learning, and scholarship through:

  • Exemplary student-centered undergraduate and graduate education that prepares tomorrow’s professionals
  • Being a recognized leader in teacher education and the human sciences and innovative in advancing new science, pedagogy, and design
  • Engagement with individuals, families, schools, organizations, and communities which transform knowledge and discovery into practice and provide meaningful impacts
  • Basic, applied, and translational scholarship that addresses vital issues of health, development, learning, leadership, sustainability, and quality of life across the lifespan


Find the latest College of Education and Human Sciences news in the Enhancing Human Potential magazine.

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Fields of Study

Check out all the fields of study that Education and Human Sciences has to offer.

Undergraduate degrees available include Bachelor of Science, Master of Education, Master of Science, and Doctor of Philosophy.

Graduate degrees are offered in collaboration with the Graduate School.