Details at a Glance
Financial Aid AvailableYes
Strategically based in the nation's capital and serving the global community, the Graduate School of Education and Human Development prepares informed and skilled leaders through innovative teaching and learning practices that:
Enhance and enrich theory, policy and practice by engaging in scholarly inquiry and research
Promote equity, diversity and inclusion reflective of changing societies
Create public and private partnerships, and
Advocate continuous self-examination and critical analysis.
The Graduate School of Education & Human Development (GSEHD) is a touchstone of excellence for those seeking to enrich areas of ethical leadership, research, and practice. Through partnerships with local and national organizations and school districts, students are prepared to meet present-day challenges and positively affect the future of education.
- Certified Academic Transcripts
- Personal Statement
- 2 Letters of Recommendation
- Admissions requirements may vary by program
Priority Deadline: January 15.
Deadlines may vary by program. See program specific page for more information.
Total Students1,600 Students
Clubs & Associations
Counseling Student Association
HOL/OLL Student Association
Museum Education Student Association
Education Policy Student Association
International Education Association
Curriculum & Instruction Association
Tuition & Financial Aid
- Work-study Programs Available
- Financial Aid Available
- Application Fee Waivers Available
- Tuition varies by campus location
Location & Contact