The College of Education and Human Development has over 1,100 undergraduate and 300 graduate students. Our goal is to prepare you to become leaders in your field, helping you address the most pressing social challenges of our time. Because we want you to succeed, we provide assistance and guidance throughout your college career – often into your professional career as well.
For Prospective Students:
We often hear students say that they feel at home as soon as they arrive here. Our small class size, supportive faculty and hands on experiential learning, provides a challenging yet comfortable learning environment. Our goal is to provide our students with the knowledge and experience to ensure they enter their chosen field as a fully-prepared professional.
To learn more about our College, visit these key pages:
- Majors & Minors
- Top 10 reasons to come here
- Why choose us?
- News and events featuring our college
- Student groups and opportunities (study abroad, internships, etc.)
- Awards & Accreditations for our students, faculty, alumni and College
For a complete summary of what our college has to offer, see our online booklet.
For Current Undergraduate Students:
As a student in the College of Education & Human Development, we want you to succeed. Visit our links below to learn about internships or student groups, get career advice and even learn about ongoing research projects.
- Academic Advisement
- Enhance your Experience
- Get Involved
- Campus Resources
- Just for Seniors
- Research Opportunities
For Current or Prospective Graduate Students
Our graduate students work closely with faculty, helping them become respected scholars, researchers, professors or leaders in the fields of education, school psychology, leadership, early childhood, human development and family studies and more. Visit our Graduate Students page for more information.
UD’s Commitment to Diversity
Diversity is a core value and guiding principle for the University of Delaware’s educational mission. For more details about our diversity support and initiatives, please see University of Delaware’s Diversity Statement and website.