University of Florida College of Education

College of Education
Established 1906
Type School of education
Academic affiliation University of Florida
Location Gainesville, Florida,
United States
Dean Glenn E. Good
Students 1,900
Alumni 37,000+
Norman Hall, home of the College of Education

The University of Florida College of Education is the teacher's college, or normal school, of the University of Florida. The College of Education is located on the eastern portion of the university's Gainesville, Florida campus, and offers specializations in special education, higher education, educational policy, elementary education, counseling, teaching, and other educational programs. It is consistently ranked one of the top schools of education in the nation. The college was officially founded in 1906.[1]

National Rankings: US News (2013-14)

Schools & Program Areas

The College of Education is organized into the following three schools and program areas:

  • Marriage and Family Counseling
  • Mental Health Counseling
  • School Counseling and Guidance
  • Educational Leadership
  • Higher Education
  • Student Personnel in Higher Education
  • Research and Evaluation Methods (REM)
  • Special Education
  • School Psychology
  • Early Childhood Studies (birth through age 5)
  • Unified Early Childhood ProTeach (birth through age 8)
  • Unified Elementary ProTeach
  • Curriculum, Teaching & Teacher Education
  • Education Technology
  • Elementary Education
  • English Education
  • ESOL/Bilingual Education
  • Language Arts and Children's Literature
  • Literacy and the Arts
  • Mathematics Education
  • Reading Education
  • Science and Environmental Education
  • SITE: Alternative Certification ' Social Studies Education
  • Teacher Leadership School Improvement
  • UFTeach
  • Unified Elementary ProTeach

See also


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