Our College is Highly Ranked within the State and Nation
CEHS has consistently been the top-ranked graduate school of education in Utah, ranking in the top 50 nationwide for more than a decade, according to U.S. News & World Report. It is home to eight departments and three stand-alone centers. The college's numerous programs involve undergraduate and graduate students in research, professional, and clinical experiences that change lives in the community and prepare graduates for careers that help people.
In a nationwide overview, Education Week examines the shortage of special education teachers that is felt in nearly every state. The story also highlights efforts at Utah State University to bring quality teaching to students all over Utah. ... Read more
The Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services finishes another year with a look back at our most popular stories of 2015. Thanks for making it a great year Full story
- USU works to ease special education teacher shortage
- Our special education master’s programs were ranked #5 in the nation for value among residential programs.
- Meet the College's Ambassadors
- Meet the College's Counsellors
- Fifth-graders use college-level software to unleash their creativity
- $7.6 million project will teach relationship skills to at-risk youth
- USU’s GEAR UP partnership puts students on track to higher education
- On the Slopes and in the Classroom, Jeremy Jensen Focuses on Freedom
- ITLS Assistant Professor Named 2015 Reviewer of the Year