For more than 100 years, our faculty, students, staff, and alumni have had a deep and historic impact on society. We are driven by a sustained belief in the value of each child, each person, as an individual with unique talents and challenges; an understanding that research and collaboration with community professionals will lead to solutions that will improve lives; and a dedication to preparing educational and human service professionals to carry the values and knowledge discovered here into the world to make it a better place.
Our college makes a real difference in people’s lives. Discover that difference for yourself.
Jean K. Quam, Dean
The mission of the University of Minnesota College of Education and Human Development is to contribute to a just and sustainable future through engagement with the local and global communities to enhance human learning and development at all stages of the life span.
The College will advance research, teaching, and community engagement to increase opportunities for all individuals to have a successful start in life and to foster healthy human development, and will provide programs that meet the demands of the 21st century.
Total enrollment: 4,823
Full time: 3,913
Part time: 910
1,644 degrees granted during 2016-17 (760 B.S., 502 M.Ed., 382 masters and advanced graduate degrees). In addition, 387 students completed post baccalaureate teacher licensure (285 initial licensure, 102 additional licensure).
Associate Dean for Faculty Development and International Initiatives
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Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs, Diversity, and Equity
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List of administrative services and contacts.
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