College of Education
Advisor and Coordinator of Recruitment, Retention and Student Success:
Undergraduate Advisor and Admission Coordinator
Graduate Admissions Coordinator
Majors & Programs
We are pleased that you are interested in Armstrong State University and the College of Education's undergraduate or graduate programs. We are proud of our high-quality programs, caring faculty, reasonable costs and positive learning environment.
Please click on the appropriate link below to review the program that appeals to you. Within each area, you will find basic information about the program (including the required courses), academic requirements for admission, and an application checklist.
All students declaring education as their major are considered pre-education students until admitted to the College of Education. Pre-education students are advised in the College of Education Student Services Office (University Hall 242) by Allison Scott. If you have questions about undergraduate program requirements or are a new student needing advisement, she will be happy to assist you. After your admission to the College of Education, you will work with Undergraduate Advisor McKenzie Peterman.
Applicants for College of Education graduate programs must satisfy all requirements for regular admission. There are no provisional admissions. Admission to graduate programs consists of applying and submitting documents to the university (through the Graduate Admissions office) while meeting the admission requirements and submitting documents to the College of Education. Greg Dziuban, Graduate Admissions Coordinator (University Hall 271), will address any of your questions. After your admission to the College of Education, a faculty member will serve as your advisor.
NOTE: The Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) and post-baccalaureate, non-degree teacher certification programs lead to initial certification to teach in Georgia public schools. Master of Education (MEd) programs are for teachers who already are certified and wish to earn an advanced degree, normally to upgrade their pay level.