College of Education
The FAU College of Education offers aspiring educators a broader choice of programs than many schools, along with four University public laboratory schools that add valuable practical experience and research access. Learn more about our accreditations, scholarships and financial aid. See how we’re leading the way in academics, research impact and teaching excellence.
Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD)
FAU Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD) provides expert consulting, training and support, at no charge, for people with autism and related disabilities, their families, employers, the professionals and community and governmental agencies serving them.
Academy for Community Inclusion
The FAU Academy for Community Inclusion is a college program for high school graduates who have been diagnosed with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The program allows students to earn certificates in supported employment, supported community access, and supported community living. These certificates are offered in an inclusive college environment on the both the Boca Raton and Jupiter campuses of FAU. The program allows students to participate in college activities, clubs, events, and organizations that are available to all FAU students.
Teacher Degree Programs in Science Education
Teacher Degree Programs in Science Education are offered in partnership with the the Charles E. Schmidt College of Science. These programs are Florida Department of Education (DOE) and Council for Accreditation of Education Preparation (CAEP) approved. This state and CAEP approval represents the transferability of teaching credentials from state-to-state. Programs currently include the following subject area and grade levels:
- Bachelor of Science Degree in Science Education (Biology, 6-12)
- Bachelor of Science Degree in Science Education (Chemistry, 6-12)
- Bachelor of Science Degree in Science Education (Physics, 6-12)
- Master’s Degree (M.Ed.) in Secondary Education plus Certification
Vist their website or contact the College of Education at 561-799-8135.