College of Education

The University of Massachusetts College of Education is a college within the university. Founded in 1907 as the Department of Agricultural Education, it renamed in 1932. During this period, it is possible that it was dissolved, as the college claims to have been founded in 1955 as the Department of Education. In 1956, it was renamed to the School of Education, and was renamed on 1 July 2013 to the College of Education.


The college is made up of the following departments:

  • Department of Educational Policy
  • Department of Research and Administration
  • Department of Student Development
  • Department of Teacher Education and Curriculum Studies.


The college awards the following Bachelors degrees:

  • Education

The college awards the following Masters degrees:

  • Higher Education
  • International Education
  • School Counselor Education
  • Social Justice Education
  • Special Education
  • School Psychology
  • Bilingual/English as a Second Language/Multicultural Education
  • Child Study and Early Education
  • Elementary Teacher Education
  • Learning, Media, and Technology
  • Reading and Writing
  • Secondary Teacher Education

The college awards the following Doctoral degrees:

  • Educational Policy and Leadership
  • Psychometric Methods/Educational Statistics and Research Methods
  • School Psychology
  • Social Justice Education
  • Special Education
  • Children Families and Schools
  • Language Literacy and Culture
  • Mathematics Science and Learning Technologies
  • Teacher Education and School Improvement


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