COLLEGE OF Education
For more than a century, Troy University has continued to produce teachers, counselors, administrators and sign-language interpreters who have changed the lives of students around the globe. Today, TROY's College of Education (COE) stresses the importance of learning through an academic experience that spans well beyond the classroom.Apply Give
A Legacy of Excellence
Founded in 1887 as a teacher's college, today's Troy University continues its original mission of preparing educators, counselors, administrators and other professionals to be lifelong, innovative, informed decision makers. As a student within the COE, you'll be effectively trained to achieve the goals and skills identified by the accrediting and professional organizations for each program. The outstanding faculty members in the COE provide real-world experiences that make classroom learning come alive for students. These dedicated faculty members care about individual students and work hard to ensure their successes.
The College of Education consists of the Department of Teacher Education, the Department of Leadership Development and Professional Studies, the Department of Counseling, Rehabilitation and Interpreter Training and the Department of Psychology. Our programs provide a rich environment of professional and clinical expertise to a diverse population of students.
The College of Education also enjoys partnerships with Outreach Programs ACCESS, AMSTI, Technology in Motion and SEARIC (Inservice).
College of Education programs are available in Dothan, Global Campus Sites, Montgomery, Phenix City, Troy and Troy online.
In The Spotlight
Future Teacher's Summit
Nearly 90 Alabama high school students attended Troy University's College of Education Future Teacher's Summit in Fall of 2022 and gained insight on campus life and requirements for the Teacher Education programs.Learn More
About the College
Founded as a teachers college, today TROY continues to produce educators, counselors and administrators.
Scholarships for study abroad opportunities in Costa Rica, South Korea, Uganda and more
Of our graduates in the field of ASL/English Interpreting are able to find work upon graduation.
Mission & Vision
To prepare educators, administrators, counselors, interpreters, and other professionals to be informed, innovative practitioners effectively trained to achieve the goals, competencies, and skills identified by the accrediting and professional organizations specific for each program. To graduate professionals who impact their profession through the depth of their knowledge, dedication to ethical practices, insightful engagement in the global society, connection to diverse populations, and an understanding of the power and responsibility they have to improve the lives of others.TROY UNIVERSITY MISSION STATEMENT
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