Teacher education at KSU is a campus-wide effort as reflected through the Educator Preparation Provider (EPP) community that is led by the Dean of Bagwell College. Since its inception in 1994, our programs have been developed and delivered in a collaborative manner. Faculty in the BCOE and teacher educators located in four other KSU colleges representing 14 departments collaborate to offer an extensive array of distinctive programs to prepare individuals to work effectively in 21st century P-12 environments. The EPP also organizes and sponsors collaborative faculty development programs related to teacher education and current issues surrounding K-16 teaching and learning. Preparing effective professional educators is a primary mission on the Kennesaw State University campus.
Please join us as we prepare new teachers, experienced professionals, and educational leaders to use the latest technologies, strategies and methods to inspire all P-12 students to achieve at their maximum potential. A wide array of online, hybrid, and face-to-face classes are offered to meet your scheduling needs. As you navigate our website, remember that we are just a click or a phone call away, and we are eager to assist you.