Academic Divisions

Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College has two academic divisions. The Division of Teacher Preparation manages all teacher preparation programs and educational studies, while the Division of Educational Leadership and Innovation manages all non-teacher certification programs.

View all Teachers College academic programs.

Division of Teacher Preparation

The Division of Teacher Preparation prepares teachers and educational leaders with the professional knowledge, skills, competencies and dispositions that will positively impact children, youths, communities and schools. Students engage with outstanding faculty, conduct high-impact research, and learn from an innovative and rigorous curriculum that prepares them to teach in a diverse and interconnected world.

Undergraduate Degrees

Undergraduate Minors

Undergraduate Certificates

Graduate Degrees Leading to Certification

Division of Educational Leadership and Innovation

Graduate programs offered through the Division of Educational Leadership and Innovation provide for those who wish to become full-time faculty at research institutions through exemplary PhD programs, those becoming leaders of practice through the EdD program, those dedicated to the improvement of professional practice in pre-K-20 settings through master’s programs (including those that lead to certification as principals or teachers), and advanced teacher preparation (including both degree programs and non-degree program opportunities that lead to state endorsements).

Doctoral Degrees

Graduate Certificates

Master’s Degrees