The College of Education and Human Development aims to support our graduate students throughout their studies as they develop the practical skills necessary to reach their goals and explore the career options open to them with their graduate education experience. Whether you are planning for an academic or a non-academic career, we strive to be a resource for you and to provide you with the tools to be successful.
The QME program has sharpened my quantitative skills to be ready to help students from different ethnic backgrounds achieve their highest potential as a student.
Mireya Smith, '20
Quantitative Methods in Education Ph.D.
CEHD Career Services offers individual appointments for graduate students focused on resume/CV review, cover letter writing, and the non-academic interview and job search. Schedule an appointment online or call 612-625-3339.
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Are you interested in a faculty position? Visit these sites for the latest information on how to prepare for an academic position search.
We each spend approximately 80,000 hours working over the course of our lives. CEHD's degrees and programs help you to build flexible career capital and set you up to work where you have influence. No matter where you find your calling, a CEHD program can take you there.
Below are some common industries CEHD graduates work in and program areas that prepare you for careers in those fields.