Wayne State University's College of Education is committed to research that contributes to the scholarly study of education as well as to the practical application of teaching and learning methodologies.

The college offers bachelors, masters, education specialist and doctoral degree programs in thirty-seven program areas. These programs are administered by the college’s four academic divisions: Administrative and Organizational Studies (AOS); Kinesiology, Health and Sport Studies (KHS); Teacher Education (TED); and Theoretical and Behavioral Foundations (TBF).

Research and scholarship produced by the College of Education has been organized based on the following academic divisions and research centers.


Browse the College of Education Collections:

Administrative and Organizational Studies

Center for Self-Determination and Transition

Kinesiology, Health and Sport Studies

Teacher Education

Theoretical and Behavioral Foundations