The BGSU College of Education and Human Development is located in Bowling Green, Ohio within driving distance to Toledo, Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati, Detroit and Chicago. The college is nationally ranked by US News & World Report as one of the top programs for education. The inclusive early childhood education program is an innovative, dual-licensure program in the state of Ohio that prepares undergraduate teacher education candidates for employment in general education, special education and inclusive environments. Our apparel merchandise and product development major is ranked 25 in the Midwest and 75th nationally as one of the top fashion merchandising programs in the U.S. The College of Education and Human Development encompasses majors from exercise science to middle childhood education. Students who graduate from EDHD earn a well-rounded education and have the opportunity to complete field-experiences as early as their freshman year.

Contact

College of Education and
Human Development

444 Education Building

419-372-7401

edhd@bgsu.edu
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