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At the UAB School of Education, we strive to prepare our students to be a force for positive change in their communities. We want to help each and every one of our students become the absolute best-prepared practitioner fully capable of working in any setting, whether it be urban, suburban, or rural.

Meeting the needs of this community requires a wide range of skilled professionals — from classroom instructors to health and wellness specialists. The UAB School of Education offers a diverse mix of programs to prepare our graduates to make a difference in today's world.

Teacher Education

Teacher Education

Kinesiology

Kinesiology

Counseling

Counseling

Community Health and Human Services

Community Health and Human Services

Educational Leadership

Educational Leadership

Instructional Design and Development

Instructional Design and Development

Fully Online Programs

The UAB School of Education offers a number of fully-online degree programs that allow you to learn in ways that fit your schedule.

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Caran Kennedy

Caran Kennedy

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Mary Frances Lembke

Mary Frances Lembke

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