For nearly 100 years, the University of Redlands School of Education has upheld a commitment to mentor compassionate, influential educators—dedicated individuals who are driven to contribute to something greater than themselves. 

Designed with special attention to upholding educational justice in today’s diverse and challenging landscape, our credential, undergraduate and graduate programs prepare teachers, counselors and administrators to be leaders in their field. Through hands-on instruction and student-focused study, our graduates aren’t just prepared to teach—they're ready to make a difference.

School of Education graduate being handed a lei by child during commencement.

About The School of Education

100 Years of Education

No matter where you are on the educational spectrum—beginning your career, advancing your skill set or developing a special emphasis — the School of Education can guide you to your goal.


The graduate and professional School of Education endeavors to transform students into innovative scholar-practitioners, guided by the ideals of equity and access, who serve their communities as leaders in k-12, higher education, and human services.  Through personalized, inclusive, globally-engaged teaching and scholarship, we aim to shape and enrich educational practices that advance a more just society and impact the lives of individuals in our community and beyond.


The faculty, staff, and students of the graduate and professional School of Education form a vibrant community of inquiry committed to experiential learning, diversity of ideas and people, and collaborative scholarship. Through our transformative, high-quality teaching and scholarship, we prepare leaders and professionals who enhance the learning and livelihoods of all people in increasingly complex educational contexts.