Lead. Inspire. Educate.
Since 1929, the School of Education has been preparing leaders in the classroom and community. Our graduates provide high quality instruction and services to students in many different settings across the nation. The School of Education, located in Canevin Hall, is home to over 40 programs, 52 faculty members, and over 900 students.
The School of Education's culture is welcoming, diverse, and inclusive, and is framed around Duquesne's mission, "serving God by serving students." Our students learn the skills to make a difference; our alumni acquire the confidence to lead, and those who employ School of Education graduates gain high quality, well prepared, lifelong learners who will succeed.
Explore your potential in nationally accredited and affordable programs
We have diverse programs that prepare students to make a difference through education both inside and outside of the classroom. Our alumni make an impact on the region, nation, and world as teachers, school psychologists, administrators, counselors, professors, and so much more. Some of our program accreditations include: the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) [Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) eligible], the Council for Accreditation of Counseling & Related Educational Programs (CACREP), and the American Psychological Association (APA).
Understanding the adverse factors educators face in the current market, we are committed to providing students a high quality education at an affordable price. To do this, we offer multiple tuition awards and forms of financial aid. Depending upon the program and eligibility, our awards range from 25%-60% towards tuition. A Duquesne University education is an investment in your future. This investment will prepare you to reach the height of your career and provide a meaningful return on your investment.