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Facts

The College of Education and Human Ecology at The Ohio State University is one of the best places to learn and embrace the human experience. We're known for developing Ohio's best educators, researchers, policymakers, exercise scientists, dietitians, financial advisors, event coordinators and other experts who improve society. This snapshot of our college shows you why we are one of the most highly regarded colleges in the United States for research, teaching and community engagement that changes the world.

Our College

Established 2006 (1895 Education) (1896 Human Ecology)
Leadership: Donald Pope-Davis (Since 2018)
19 Undergraduate Degree Programs
Departments: Teaching and Learning, Educational Studies, Human Sciences
Central Buildings: Arps, Campbell, PAES, Ramseyer
19 Graduate degree programs
150 Total Curricular Options
19 endorsement or licensure-only programs
 

Our Students

 
4,143 Undergraduate students 1,028 Graduate and Professional students
$1.5 Million in Scholarships Benefiting EHE Students
20 Plus Student Organizations
264 International students
 

Our Faculty

 
62 new awarded projects $23.9 million secured for EHE-related research (FY 2017)
More than 98,000 alumni around the world
226 Faculty Members
$27 million in total research expenditures (FY 2017)
 

By The Numbers

 
Number 1 Vocational / Technical)
Number 6 Human Development and Family Science Program
Number 9 Elementary Education
Number 9 Sports Management
Number 6 Kinesiology PHD Program
Number 12 Higher Education
Number 11 Administrative / Supervision
Number 12 Secondary Teacher Education
Number 8 Counseling Personnel Services
Number 7 Curriculum Instruction
Number 15 Educational Psychology
Number 24 Special Education