All programs in the Virginia Tech School of Education (SOE) are at the Graduate level. Students must earn an undergraduate degree in an area relevant to their focus in education as delineated in the Pre-Education Advising section. The SOE focuses on developing educators who are committed to access and equity, reflective practice, and are learner focused. You can study to become a teacher, an administrator in K-12 or Higher Education, a counselor, a specialist in Reading, Math or Integrative STEM education, an Instructional Technologist, a researcher, or a faculty member in any of these areas. You will find a community of practitioner-scholars who share your passion for education and impacting the future of our global communities.
We offer programs in the degree categorizations of Career and Technical Education, Counselor Education, Curriculum and Instruction, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, Education Research and Evaluation, and Higher Education. Learn more about our programs here.