The University of South Florida (USF) College of Education is once again recognized
for its graduate education programs and has climbed five spots to no. 38 for public
universities in the 2024 rankings released today by U.S. News and World Report. Several factors are evaluated in ranking
the 255 education institutions including faculty credentials, admissions and graduation
rates and research activity.

Dr. R. Anthony Rolle, Dean of the College of Education remarked, “The faculty, staff,
and students in the USF College of Education – along with its vibrant and innovative
instructional, research, and community partners – are quite excited to learn that
when U.S. News & World Report compared us to our outstanding peer public colleges
of education across the U.S. that USF is ranked #38! And, among all peer colleges
of education nationally, we are ranked #48. As dean of this college, I must say that
I am extremely proud of the work efforts conducted by all involved. This college is
an example for what can happen when a college is mission-focused on creating academic,
economic, and social justice service opportunities for all its professional communities.”

The College of Education offers more than 45 masters and doctoral degree programs across numerous areas of study, such as curriculum and instruction, instructional
technology, educational leadership, exercise science and school psychology. USF’s
graduate education programs prepare students for careers in various settings, including
PK-12 teaching, school administration, higher education, educational policy, research
and curriculum development. 

Home to seven research institutions, our master’s and doctoral students turn their
research into innovation that benefits students, educators, businesses, and the community
– both locally and globally.

For more information about the U.S. News and World Report’s Best Graduate Education
Programs rankings, visit the U.S. News and World Report website

About the USF College of Education:
Home to more than 2,600 students and 130 faculty members, the University of South
Florida College of Education values high-quality education and excellence in research,
teaching and learning. The College of Education is nationally accredited by the Council
for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) and its educator preparation
programs are fully approved by the Florida Department of Education.

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