Graduate Catalog 2013 - 2014


For undergraduate admissions contact

For graduate admissions contact

Please send catalog comments to

    About the College

If you're seeking to advance your career in education, consider William Paterson University's College of Education, which offers a wide range of challenging and rewarding master's degree, certification, and endorsement programs.

Founded in 1855 as a normal school for the preparation of teachers, William Paterson has been offering graduate degree programs in education for more than fifty years. The College of Education, which is accredited by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), serves as a major resource for schools and school districts by preparing teachers, counselors, and administrators to advance in the profession.

When you enroll in a graduate program in the College of Education, you will benefit from a cutting-edge curriculum that emphasizes multicultural education and the uses of new technologies. Our programs are nationally recognized and focus on preparation for high standards of performance expected within contemporary school systems and agencies.

The College of Education is located in William Paterson's state-of-the-art building at 1600 Valley Road, giving you access to specialized facilities for teaching and learning. It includes a model classroom designed for study and demonstration of optimum teaching methods, as well as an assistive/augmentative technology classroom equipped with the latest tools designed to provide curriculum access to persons with disabilities.