About the School of Education

Established in 1985, the Campbell University School of Education is an integral part of the university community. The School is home to both the Professional Education degrees and service-oriented professional programs in psychology and social work. The School blends theoretical, professional and practical concepts for expertise in education and service. In the School of Education, technology and teaching go hand in hand. Students create classroom materials using a variety of traditional and technology driven tools. continue

What we offer

Undergraduate Education

The School of Education at Campbell University offers many programs in professional education leading to teacher licensure with the State of North Carolina. We are one of the largest providers of teachers to school systems in our region of North Carolina, and our graduates enjoy a 100% passage rate on national licensing exams. We also offer bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Social Work. We have several student organizations and trust you will become quite active in the organizations as well as in campus life.

Graduate Education

The theoretical foundations for the professional education programs are derived from an ongoing study of individual and group aspects of human development and the philosophy, sociology, and history of education. While this study is concentrated in education and psychology, it is complemented by the breadth of the liberal arts experience in the core curriculum for undergraduates and by further exploration of the discipline areas for graduate students.


Study abroad opportunities

Every other summer the Department of Psychology travels to Austria, Germany and Switzerland to study the heritage of psychology. Learn more about the