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College of Education

Armstrong State University is now Georgia Southern University. Information links and pages site-wide are being redirected as appropriate.

For the latest and most complete information, please visit our Consolidation Update page.

 

Welcome to the College of Education

If you are passionate about inspiring others, you have come to the right place! We offer a variety of programs to meet the needs of the aspiring educator and the professional educator alike.

Childhood and Exceptional Student Education

We are designed to prepare P-5 and special education teachers who demonstrate the highest qualities of character and ethical behavior, as well as the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to enter the educational and service communities as a learner, collaborator, and mentor in the learning process.

Secondary, Adult and Physical Education

Our department offers an array of undergraduate, graduate and certificate programs. We are committed to the preparation of people who celebrate and foster inclusion, diversity, multiculturalism and learning at any age.

Office of Field Experiences, Clinical Practices, and Partnerships

The Office of Field Experiences, Clinical Practice and Partnerships (OFECPP)  is responsible for ensuring our College of Education teacher candidates are placed in productive learning environments that build knowledge, skills and dispositions regarding teaching. The OFECPP coordinates all field experiences and clinical placements. 

Professional Development School

A partnership between Armstrong College of Education and Savannah Chatham County Public School System (SCCPSS) at Hesse K-8 School to create a learning environment that benefits from a shared research focus, improved teacher preparation, enhanced professional development and support for practicing teachers.

Become a Teacher

Bachelor of Science

Bachelor Degree with Teacher Certification

Master of Arts in Teaching

Post-Bac Teacher Certification

Non-Certification Programs

Bachelor of Science

Master of Education