Teachers College, Columbia University is the oldest, largest and most comprehensive graduate school of education in the U.S. Located in New York City, we offer masters, doctoral, and advanced certificate programs that span four core areas: education, health, psychology, and leadership.
We invite you to take the next steps towards joining our campus of active learners who discover, create, and break new ground.
of graduates would recommend TC to prospective students.
of students who have utilized our Office of Career Services recommend it.
of faculty directly connect students with job opportunities.
of graduating students have job offers related to their programs of study.
Choose from more than 100 academic programs in fields of as far flung as the arts, higher and postsecondary education, psychology, communications sciences and disorders, educational technology, international and comparative education, applied linguistics, developmental disabilities, economics, policy and many, many more.
Our rich academic diversity and rigor will give you the perspective and expertise few in the the world can claim.
We are 5000+ students from all 50 states (plus D.C) and 84 nations who are doing truly amazing things, like providing tools to assist victims of the global refugee crisis, creating technology to support individuals with disabilities, and programming apps that help first-generation college students navigate their campus experience.
While we’re focused on facilitating important work, we are also a welcoming, supportive close-knit group that likes to liven things up! Plenty of residence hall activities, club meetings, departmental lectures and cultural events—we are in NYC, after all—will help connect you to your learning peers and opportunity.
When you graduate, we like to think you don’t leave TC behind. You join our network of 90,000+ alumni who build on the knowledge and experience they gained to improve lives around the globe. They provide a network of support and connections that will help take you to where you want to be.
Follow in their footsteps today and become a leader in your chosen field tomorrow.