College of Education and Human Development
September 29, 2021
FAIRFAX, Va. – Undergraduate teaching degrees offered in the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) at George Mason University have been ranked 20th among public institutions, according to the latest rankings from the U.S. News & World Report.
Mason ranks 71st overall among undergraduate teaching programs in the country and is tied with the University of Virginia for 20th among public institutions. In 2019, Mason became one of seven public universities in Virginia that were approved to add undergraduate teaching degrees.
“This ranking reflects the impact of Mason’s education programs resulting from our exceptional faculty, comprehensive curriculum, and school-based field experiences,” said CEHD Interim Dean Robert Baker. “Through cutting-edge research, outstanding instruction, and top-notch partner school systems, our diverse student population is readied to assume leadership roles in the evolving educational environment.”
About the College of Education and Human Development
The College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, inspires undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students to promote learning and development across the life span. Innovative, inclusive, and cutting-edge, the college and its 30 academic programs that spread across three schools (School of Education, School of Kinesiology, and School of Sport, Recreation, and Tourism Management) prepare professionals who improve lives and make a difference for the community and for the world. The college is a nationally recognized leader in educator preparation, special education, counseling, and school leadership; prides itself in far-reaching expertise that includes sport management, human performance, athletic training, recreation management, and tourism and events management; and is home to 9 centers engaged in groundbreaking research. Learn more at https://cehd.gmu.edu.