Leverage Your Graduate Education Opportunities

Bagwell College of Education at Kennesaw State University leads with excellence in the teaching profession. Recognized for its master’s, specialist and doctoral degree programs, the BCOE is a leading preparer of teachers in the state of Georgia. Focused on culturally responsive practices, student achievement and 21st century technology, we offer online, hybrid and face-to-face graduate degrees, endorsements and MOOC’s for teachers and leaders.

To accommodate our rapid growth, a 78,756 square-foot addition to our facility opened during 2015. The Chantal and Tommy Bagwell Education Building houses 12 general classrooms, three computer labs, eight model classrooms, student study areas, the Center for Literacy and Learning, conference rooms, the dean's office, two departments and a research suite. The addition connects with our existing space in Kennesaw Hall. 

As a vital part of Georgia’s third largest university serving more than 32,000 students from 132 countries, the Bagwell College of Education is creating a future in which all of Georgia’s educators and students are poised to achieve excellence.

Bagwell College of Education Banner

What people say about our programs.

  • The Ed.S. program at Kennesaw challenged how I perceived myself as a teacher and the assets my students bring into my classroom; I became inspired to stretch limits, explore leadership, and challenge the status quo in my classroom and school.”

  • If you are looking for some great ideas to implement into your everyday teaching, this is the place to go. I give a lot of credit to the school [KSU] because they really cultivated everything that I wanted, put it in a nice package, and gave me the confidence to do it well.”

  •  I have a much better grip on my job and have a much better sense of how my grad degree connects to tech leadership work. You will walk away prepared for both educational leadership and technology leadership – a combination perfect for our college and career focused 21st century students.”