About the CollegePage address: http://ed.mnsu.edu/about/
The College of Education (COE) is the founding academic program at Minnesota State Mankato, which began as a normal school and state teachers college before becoming a university.
The primary role of today’s College of Education is to prepare professional educators, counselors, and education leaders in many roles, creating one of the most stable and high quality school workforces in the world. With nearly 1,600 students enrolled in the COE, approximately 960 are undergraduates, making education one of the most popular majors at Minnesota State Mankato.
The College also serves approximately 800 graduate level students seeking doctorate and Master’s degrees as well as specialist licensure and continuing education certification.
In addition to our core academic programs, the College houses award-winning centers in the areas of engaged leadership, school-university partnerships, and mentoring and induction.
We are home to our university’s aviation and military science departments. The College also administers the award-winning Children’s House, a non-profit child care facility operated on the campus of Minnesota State Mankato.
Thank you for your interest, and we hope you enjoy exploring our many departments and programs through this Web site. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our main College office via email or phone at 507-389-5445.