For the past 15 years, the college has been among the top 100 education programs and remains at the top for funded research, securing more than $19 million in contracts and grants in 2019.
Nationally accredited since 2000, the college is recognized for its programs throughout the year. Most recently, the BEd in Special Education (SPED) was featured in a 2020 Best Colleges list by GradReports, and the MEd in SPED was cited for best stipend availability by Intelligent.com. In the same publication, the MEdT in Secondary Education was listed as one of the best field-based programs, and the MEd in Learning Design and Technology was among the highest for alumni recommended.
“The College of Education provides top quality degree and certificate programs, preparing future teachers, athletic trainers, educational leaders, exercise science professionals, researchers, and counselors,” Dean Nathan M. Murata said. “This latest ranking is the result of our outstanding faculty, staff, and students.”