Learn about graduate programs offered at the University of Washington College of Education, along with information about financial aid and resources for underrepresented and international students.
The UW School Psychology Program prepares scientist-practitioners whose practice is grounded in scientific knowledge and focused on enhancing the socio-emotional and educational competence of children.
The first years of a child’s life set the stage for success later in life. Facilitating healthy development in these formative years is a national priority, and the BA in Early Childhood and Family Studies is designed to prepare you for a wide range of careers helping children thrive.
At the heart of the Master of Education in Instructional Leadership (MIL) degree is the belief that schools need innovative teacher leaders who can nurture and sustain professional peer learning and instructional improvement through dialogue, investigation, reflection and action.
The Office of Student Diversity and Inclusion fosters a welcoming and supportive climate for students of color, international students and all marginalized undergraduate and graduate students and their allies.
The UW College of Education's Elementary and Secondary Teacher Education Programs provides our graduates with the knowledge and experience to lead highly interactive classrooms in poverty-impacted urban schools. Learn what sets apart our nationally-ranked programs.