About the College

The College of Education (COE) at California State University, Dominguez Hills prepares teachers, counselors, and school leaders who are committed to equity and racial justice. We believe that educators, in all roles, have the ability to improve the lives of children through greater access to educational opportunities. We are committed to preparing our students to become effective, impassioned collaborators in ensuring that every child has every opportunity to learn, to grow and to thrive.

Through a wide range of degree and credential programs led by dedicated and experienced faculty mentors, we are preparing the next generation of qualified, exceptionally prepared, inspired and committed educators that our communities and children deserve.  Our commitment to diversity is reflected in the fact that our full-time faculty is majority-minority, and more than 70 percent of our graduate students are people of color who reflect the diversity of Los Angeles.

The COE offers a wide selection of programs, enrolling approximately 600 undergraduate and 500 post baccalaureate and graduate students. In each of these programs, students will encounter individualized academic advising and step-by-step guidance to program completion or degree, low faculty-to-student ratios, and dedicated, mentoring faculty with real-world experiences.