When you enroll in Minnesota State Mankato's College of Education, you begin a learning experience that provides you with the knowledge and skills necessary to be successful in a multitude of careers.
Designates degree is also available online.
The Department of Counseling and Student Personnel Doctoral Counselor Education and Supervision program and Masters program with emphasis areas in College Student Affairs, Mental Health Counseling, and Professional School Counseling are CACREP accredited and IRCEP registered.
We offer three adult learner-centered graduate programs to choose from in Mankato or Edina that are designed to meet your needs for professional relevance while maintaining flexibility, convenience, and reduced travel through hybrid coursework.
Educational Technology responds to the growing needs of P-16 education and industry in providing instruction and training for the technological environment.
The Minnesota State University, Mankato Elementary & Literacy Education department offers a premier 21st-century teacher education experience for undergraduate and graduate students.
The K-12 and Secondary Programs (KSP) department serves both undergraduate and graduate students in two areas: initial licensure for 5-12 and K-12 classrooms, and advanced programs.
Our M.S. and licensures in Reading prepare in-service K-12 teachers from around the world to be effective teachers of reading through coursework that focuses on applying research and theory in the field of reading education to a K-12 classroom practice.
Special Education prepares undergraduate and graduate students to attain the credentials they need to succeed in a dynamic, expanding field.