Earn a graduate degree in the Michigan State University College of Education – on campus or online – and you will be prepared to lead in your profession or field of study.
Students engage with faculty members known for creating challenging learning experiences and discovering new insights about education and kinesiology through millions of dollars of funded research. The college is a vibrant community of people committed to preparing high-quality professionals and researchers, solving problems in practice and collaborating with partners worldwide.
Graduate programs in the MSU College of Education are among the most highly regarded by deans and K-12 school leaders throughout the nation. Many on-campus programs also include online and hybrid courses.
Graduate certificates and specializations are also available. These programs provide students with a focused curriculum or set of courses to expand knowledge and understanding about a key area of study.
|Applied Behavior Analysis||*|
|Curriculum, Instruction and Teacher Education (CITE)|
|Educational Leadership (Ed.D. program)|
|Educational Psychology and Educational Technology (EPET)||*|
|Educational Technology (MAET)|
|Higher, Adult and Lifelong Education (HALE)|
|K-12 Educational Administration||*|
|Measurement and Quantitative Methods (MQM)|
|Multi-Tiered Systems of Support|
|School Psychology (Ph.D. or Ed.S.)|
|Sport Coaching and Leadership|
|Student Affairs Administration|
|Teaching and Curriculum (MATC)|
Graduate Affairs Office
620 Farm Lane, 205 Erickson Hall
East Lansing, MI 48824-1034
Phone: (517) 432-1260