Teacher preparation is the continuing legacy of Bowie State University. The College of Education continues this legacy through cultivating students who are committed to performing key roles in education. The College’s goal is to produce effective educators prepared to impact the teaching-learning process. Our exceptional curriculum, stellar faculty and highly specialized technology strengthen instincts and talents in the classroom and beyond. We take pride in producing highly qualified, caring educators who are skillful instructional leaders and agents of change for an increasingly diverse learning environment.
The College of Education offers graduate programs leading to the Master of Arts degree in Counseling Psychology, Mental Health Counseling, and School Psychology and in Teaching, the Master of Education degree in the areas of School Counseling, Elementary Education, Reading Education, School Administration and Supervision, Secondary Education, and Special Education. A Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership is also offered. The College of Education includes the Departments of Counseling, Educational Studies and Leadership and Teaching, Learning, and Professional Development.
The College of Education is structured to accommodate the lives of today’s busy students. Students graduate from the College of Education prepared to enter the job market. For additional information, please call us at 301-860-3231 or visit the College of Education website.