School of Education

The JSU School of Education proudly serves the citizens of northeast Alabama, the southeast, and the nation through our traditional and online programs of study. Teachers and other school personnel prepared at the baccalaureate, master's, and educational specialist levels develop an extensive knowledge and skill based education appropriate for the level of certification. Developing initial and advanced education candidates into effective, reflective, creative decision makers is the fundamental goal of all teacher preparation programs at JSU. Each degree program is designed to provide a strong knowledge and skill base that will help to ensure a successful future.

Study Abroad graphicOpen House - September 28, 2018

Are you interested in learning what our School of Education has to offer? Meet professors and current students at our Open House, September 28, 2018 from 9 am - noon in Ramona Wood Hall. Founded in 1883 as a teacher's college, JSU continues to produce highly qualified teacher candidates. Come for a visit and you'll see what makes our Early Childhood, Elementary Education, Secondary Education, Special Education, and Family and Consumer Science programs so strong! Spend the morning with us and enjoy a complimentary lunch from Chick-fil-a!

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Need Money for Your Graduate Studies?

JSU now offers two new Graduate Study academic scholarships: Full 12-hour and Partial Tiered Scholarships. 

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Resources for Teachers

JSU's Learning Resource Center (LRC) is designed to assist university faculty and students as well as teachers in the public schools. Search the Center's holdings online from on campus or off-campus.

Academic Policies

The following policies of the School of Education work in accord with the Jacksonville State University Student Handbook.

The SOE "Grade Appeals Policy" explains the process students must follow should they wish to appeal a posted course grade.

The SOE "Honesty Policy" includes cheating and plagiarism.

The SOE "Grade Dismissal Policy" includes the "D" and "F" Dismissal policy that covers all programs in the SOE, and the Grade Point Average (GPA) Dismissal Policy which is for those students accepted into teacher education.