School Overview

We are a professional school with a social mission to create and apply knowledge informed by research on human development, educational policy, teaching and information science. Students are involved in dynamic, collaborative and transformative research that impacts our local, national and global communities. We transform society through education.

Founded: 1931

Dean: Suzanne Rosenblith (appointed in 2017)

Faculty: 74

Departments: 4

Doctoral Degree Programs: 9 (1 is fully online)

Master's Degree Programs: 48 (11 are fully online)

Advanced Certificate Programs: 18 (9 are fully online)

Administrative Certificate Programs: 3

Undergraduate Minor Programs: 4

Program Accreditations: 7

  • Counseling psychology/school psychology - American Psychological Association
  • Information and library science - American Library Association
  • Leadership initiative for tomorrow's schools (LIFTS) - Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation
  • Mental health counseling - Masters in Psychology and Counseling Accreditation Council
  • Rehabilitation counseling - Council for Accreditation of Counseling & Related Educational Programs
  • School psychology - National Association of School Psychologists
  • Teacher education - Teacher Education Accreditation Council

Alumni: 18,000 and growing