School of Education
To prepare exemplary educators and human service professionals to lead and engage in the local community and on a global stage.
We believe in preparing future educators for careers defined by excellence, instilling in our students a lifelong passion for public service, and emphasizing the importance of collaboration with all the key stakeholders in education, in both local and global communities.
The Department of Curriculum and Instruction provides the professional studies component for the next generation of effective teachers and school personnel who will work with 21st century learners from diverse backgrounds.
Studies in the Department of Human Development and Services are grounded in philosophical, theoretical, methodological, and practical foundations that describe adult education, counseling practice, or leadership.
For careers in clinical, corporate, commercial, and community physical fitness, we offer classes in the Department of Human Performance and Leisure Studies.
The Department of Leadership Studies is an interdisciplinary unit that focuses on service learning, research, developing innovative practices, and solving complex challenges through leadership.
Excellent instruction and our internship program are the keys to helping NC A&T students grow as educators from pre-service to in-service teachers, counselors, administrators, and other school personnel.
About the School of Education
“Where Professionals Explore…Discover…and Become Catalysts for Learning and Leading”
The School of Education is a learning centered organization that prepares a variety of educators and human services professionals and supports their continuing professional development. Building on our Historically Black College and University (HBCU) legacy of exemplary teaching and scholarship, as well as effective public service, we offer degrees at the baccalaureate, master's, and doctorial levels. Our graduates are catalysts for learning and leading in diverse contexts who engage in collaborative practice with key stakeholders from local to global communities.
The STEM Early College at N.C. A&T has been named a STEM School of Distinction.
Kenneth E. Sigmon, Jr., has been named vice chancellor for university advancement at North Carolina A&T.
Dr. Karen Hornsby has been named the 2014 North Carolina Professor of the Year by the Carnegie Foundation.
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