We hope you will enjoy learning about the opportunities at the UMSL COE!
We hope you will enjoy learning about the opportunities at the UMSL COE!
Rise Up St. Louis

Chancellor Kristin Sobolik unveils ‘Rise Up for St. Louis’ initiative aimed at increasing inclusive prosperity

The University of Missouri–St. Louis community gathered to celebrate the inauguration of Dr. Kristin Sobolik as the eighth chancellor in the university’s history during a livestreamed event on April 30. 

Four UMSL College of Education faculty recognized for outstanding research, innovation over the past year

Congratulations to our amazing University of Missouri-Saint Louis College of Education faculty on their contributions to scholarship! 
Dr. Jerome Morris, "Senior Faculty Investigator of the Year"; Drs. Nancy Singer, Shea Kerkhoff and Katherine O’Daniels, "Co-Investigators of the Year."

Dr. Marvin Berkowitz’s new book primes school leaders for character education

Dr. Marvin Berkowitz’s new book, “PRIMED for Character Education: Six Design Principles for School Improvement,” draws upon years of research in the field of character education. The book explores each in detail, and provides evidence-based practices for educators to employ.

BES graduate Madison Halbrooks champions environmental education

Since transferring to UMSL in 2019, Madison Halbrooks has been active in campus conservation efforts through the Environmental Adventure Organization, the Green Team and the Sustainability Office.
Beginning Teacher Assistance Program

Beginning Teacher Assistance Program

Our redesigned BTAP program is specifically for PK ‐ twelfth grade public or private school classroom teachers who are teaching in the first through fourth year of their career. 

UMSL Succeed

UMSL Succeed hosts Vocational Expo with St. Louis Arc

The Succeed Program partnered with St. Louis Arc and the Special School District of St. Louis County to organize the virtual 2021 Vocational Expo. The event drew more than 100 attendees including, UMSL Succeed students, Special School District of St. Louis County students and local employers.


  • July 5 - 17
  • June 9 - 10, and June 14 - 18
  • July 6 - 30,   Tuesday - Friday, 9:00am - 12:00pm
UMSL COE Website
Bachelor of Science in Education in Elementary Education, emphasis in Middle School Education
The Middle School program is a small, personalized program that serves students who wish to teach middle school or junior high school students. It is a hybrid program, combining the child centered philosophy of elementary certification with a content specialization more typical of secondary certification. Middle school majors earn certification in one or more content areas for grades 5-9.
Master of Education in Counseling, emphasis in School Counseling
The School Counseling specialty area prepares students to work as school counselors in elementary or secondary settings. Students are trained to apply principles of learning, human development, counseling, research, and measurement within the schools. Preparation is designed to enable students to deliver counseling services to schools and their extended communities. The program is approved by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.

In-Person and Virtual Campus Tours

In-Person and Virtual Campus Tours

In-person campus tours are currently available. Please note that the University of Missouri–St. Louis is taking recommended safety measures to ensure the health and wellness of our UMSL community and campus guests. Review our visitor procedures for more information.

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David A. Stofer
Recruitment Coordinator

UMSL-College of Education

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