Rating & Demographics
Our school is consistently listed among the top schools in U.S. News & World Report's annual graduate school rankings. Five of our programs are identified as top-five in their areas (six in the top-10). Our academic areas that match U.S. News & World Report's categories are higher education administration (CSHPE), ranked first; secondary teacher education, third; education and psychology (CPEP), third; elementary teacher education, fourth; curriculum and instruction, fifth; and education policy, sixth.
Our overall ranking, across all the indicators, including research funding, faculty-student ratio, and doctoral degrees granted, is #11 in the U.S., and we are tied for #4 in peer rankings.
|62||Tenure-track faculty members|
|12||Clinical-track faculty members|
|9||Research-track faculty members|
|4||Lecture III and IV|
|40||Lecture I and II|
|11||Intermittent and Adjunct Lecturers|
|23%||faculty members of color|
33 School of Education faculty members hold joint appointments with other U-M schools (Public Policy, Literature, Science, and the Arts, Business, etc.)
2014-15 student body:
|130||Undergraduate teacher certification students (81 elementary, 49 secondary)|
|75||Undergraduate teacher certification only from other departments|
|69||Master of arts with teacher certification (24 elementary, 45 secondary)|
|65||Master of arts in educational studies|
|57||Master of arts in higher education|
|121||Doctoral students in educational studies|
|50||Doctoral students in higher education|
|21||Doctoral students in the Joint Program in English and Education|
|36||Doctoral students in the Combined Program in Education and Psychology|
Title II Information
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The University of Michigan-Ann Arbor's Teacher Education Program is accredited by the Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC) for a period of five years, from April 2011 to April 2016. This accreditation certifies that the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor has provided evidence that it adheres to TEAC's quality principles. More information can be found on the TEAC website.