A legacy of education and innovation.
The roots of FSU’s College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences date back to the university’s establishment, and it is the oldest college of its kind in Florida. Recently expanded in 2023, the College is home to six academic departments united through a common goal to maximize human potential. In total, the College includes the Department of Educational Leadership & Policy Studies, Department of Educational Psychology & Learning Systems, Department of Human Development & Family Sciences, Department of Nutrition & Integrative Physiology, Department of Sport Management, School of Teacher Education, numerous research centers, and three laboratory schools (Florida State University School, FSU Pembroke Pines Charter School, and The Collegiate School at FSU Panama City). The College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences serves over 4,500 students via 187 full-time faculty and 73 full-time staff.
As storied as our past is, we remain focused on our vision for the future. Every day, faculty and students work toward breaking new ground in the fields of education, health, and human sciences. From implementing innovative teaching methods to understanding the workings of our body, our faculty and their research are forging the future to maximize human potential..
The innovation and progressive environment at the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences is exemplified in the technology and facilities available to our students.
Our beautiful and charming capitol city is abundant with opportunities for College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences students – from government internships and legislative initiatives to cultural events, shopping, dining and outdoor activities.
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