School of Education

With a focus on practical tools and techniques as well as hands-on learning experiences, we equip our students for limitless possibilities.

Welcome to the School of Education


The School of Education (SOE) has a strong legacy of success. This legacy is evidenced by our graduates who are recognized by their peers, appreciated by those they serve, and have risen to high ranks within their chosen career path.


Employment Rate (Communication Disorders Program)


Educational Technology Graduate Online Program (US News and World Report)


CACREP-Accredited Online Career Program in the US


Programs offered at the School of Education are accredited by organizations including the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE/CAEP), the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI), the Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA) in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology, the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP), and the Association for Education and Rehabilitation Accreditation Council (AERAC).

School of Education Degrees

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At the undergraduate level, the School of Education grants the BA degree for elementary education and middle grades education.

School of Education Graduate at graduation.

The School of Education Graduate Division offers MA, MAT, MEd, MS, and MSA degrees, with both on-campus and online options available.

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The School of Education allows students to customize their learning experience to fit their own interests and needs.

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Curriculum and Instruction

The Department of Curriculum and Instruction includes undergraduate and graduate programs designed to help prepare students to be exceptional educators.

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Allied Professions

The Department of Allied Professions contains the Communication Disorders Program, the Counselor Education Programs, and the Higher Education Administration Program.

About the School of Education

The North Carolina Central University School of Education began in 1925 as a collection of courses intended to train black teachers and principals to work in the racially segregated school system of the Jim Crow South.

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