The College of Education began as a teacher's college in 1881 and now offers bachelor's, master's, education specialist, and doctoral degree programs in thirty-seven program areas, many of which are award-winning and have received national recognition for their innovative, field-based practices.
Established in 1986, CFPCA serves over 2,500 students majoring in 16 undergraduate and 11 graduate programs, many of which are nationally accredited, through its various departments. Students benefit from numerous internship opportunities in industry, advertising, public relations, newspapers, and national broadcast network affiliates.
CLAS offers majors, minors, and co-majors across 19 departments and more than a dozen programs, centers, and institutes, providing a broad-based liberal arts education. Each department within the College includes a dedicated advising staff to assist students in planning a course of study and to help make that important bridge from college to career.
Wayne State's Law School is a nationally recognized public law school that provides legal education to a talented and diverse student body and has been a member in good standing of the American Bar Association since 1936 as well as the American Association of Law Schools since 1946.