The College of Education
at Florida International University
, located in Miami, Florida
in the United States
is one of the university's 26 schools and colleges and was founded in 1965. The College of Education offers over 15 undergraduate degrees
and over 40 graduate degrees
all housed within the college's four departments.
The four departments are:
Curriculum and Instruction<br />Educational Leadership and Policy Studies<br />Educational and Psychological Studies<br />Health, Physical Education and Recreation
The College of Education also has two research and educational centers. The Center for Labor Research & Studies was established in 1971 to promote research, curriculum development, teaching and community services in labor-management relations across the state. A variety of programs and projects are undertaken by the Center including credit and non-credits classes, conferences, research, and a publication series .
The second center is the Center for Urban Education & Innovation. Programs and activities of the Center focus on improving student achievement, enhancing the quality and responsiveness of schools as learning organizations, and contributing to the development of theory and practice in areas addressing the needs of students and families from diverse racial, cultural, socio-economic and linguistic backgrounds.
The College resides in the Sanford and Dolores Ziff and Family Building or most commonly known as the Ziff Education... Read More