Preparing Leaders, Impacting the World, Shaping the Future
These are more than words for the Baylor School of Education. We believe graduates of our programs are the leaders of tomorrow – in the classrooms, on the fields, in hospitals and clinics, and in many other areas.
Faculty, staff and students model a sense of responsibility to impact the world – locally through community service initiatives, including literacy and community health programs, and globally through study- and service-abroad opportunities.
Our graduates shape the future of our public and private school classrooms. They are tomorrow’s principals and superintendents. They are future doctors, trainers for our athletes, medical support professionals, and public health advocates.
School of Education at a Glance
The Baylor School of Education enrolls more than 400 undergraduates and more than 170 graduate students. It consists of three departments:
- Curriculum and Instruction (preparation for classroom teachers and specialists/graduate programs in curriculum and teaching);
- Educational Administration (post-graduate preparation for school leadership);
- Educational Psychology (undergraduate and graduate programs for those who are interested in learning, development, measurement, and exceptionalities); and
The Baylor School of Education is committed to excellence and in-depth preparation and hands-on learning for classroom teachers and other education professionals.
- The SOE is accredited nationally by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE).
- Six semesters of field work and yearlong internships for teacher candidates provide faculty-guided field training that is second to none.
- Caring faculty provide instruction based on cutting-edge research.
- Graduates are in demand, with teacher candidates being sought by top schools districts because of their classroom experience.
- Robust graduate programs typically have more than 170 students enrolled school-wide.
Education students are encouraged to cultivate critical thinking abilities, to assess information from a Christian perspective, to arrive at informed and reasoned conclusions, and to become lifelong learners.
The caring nature of its faculty, commitment to faith-based learning and desire to see students become successful distinguish the Baylor School of Education as a special place to pursue bachelor, master’s, and doctoral studies.