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The nationally ranked UNC Greensboro School of Education offers both undergraduate and graduate programs. Our students learn from world-class experts and national leaders in their field. From student teaching and internships, to research and publications, students have the opportunity to have hands-on experience before graduating. Students do all of this while being supported along the way – including with access to scholarships, graduate assistantships, advising, and tutoring services.


Graduate Counseling Program in the United States

as ranked by U.S. News & World Report


School Library Media Specialty Area
in the United States

#1 in North Carolina


Million Dollars in
Grants Awarded

in the 2022-2023 academic year


INTERNSHIPS & Student Teaching Placements COMPLETED
by SOE Students

in the 2023-2024 academic year

We’re Dedicated to Reducing FInancial Barriers

Each year, the School of Education awards over $1 million in scholarships and graduate assistantships.

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Instructor Ryan Hughes engages a group of his students in conversation around a table in class

Developing the Next Generation of Teachers

The UNC Greensboro School of Education is committed to preparing the most-qualified teachers possible. Students can choose from a variety of degree programs, including special education, elementary education, middle grades education, or secondary education. We also offer a dual elementary and special education degree.

Committed to the Success of our Students

Fulfilling a desire from our undergraduate students for further tools to help them be successful, the Academic Support Hub provides additional supports for School of Education students by offering tutoring services in a variety of areas. Students can obtain extra assistance in ASL, Math 112, CSC 120, and in preparing for Praxis exams.

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Featured Programs

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Bachelor of Science in Information Science

Explore this emerging field that blends library and information sciences, computer science, geography, information systems/supply chain management, and education research methodology! Our program is one of only two offered at North Carolina public universities.

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The Interpreting, Deaf Education, and Advocacy Services (IDEAS) major provides opportunities for study in three concentrations: Advocacy and Services for the Deaf; K–12 Deaf and Hard of Hearing Teacher Licensure; and Interpreter Preparation.

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Master of School Administration

Students engage the content of leadership preparation through graduate classroom engagement and assignments, observing schools and school leaders in their practice, and performing tasks under the supervision of a school-based and university mentor during the internship. This program is only offered online.

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