The Alan Shawn Feinstein College of Education and Professional Studies is a rich learning experience in an environment of multigenerational and multicultural diversity. This collaborative College offers learners access to innovative, customized and flexible opportunities to gain interdisciplinary knowledge and practical experience in real community settings. The College is home to the School of Education, based at the Kingston campus, and the School of Professional and Continuing Studies, based at the Providence campus. This unique two-campus college approach provides a wider range of educational opportunities for traditional students direct from high school and adult students who have had some or no college experience with undergraduate courses, and students currently in the workforce who want to retrain or enhance their skills through graduate and certificate programs. With this interconnected approach, students have many options for active lifelong learning and workforce development programs for continuing education. The Providence campus is well poised to provide better benefits to students, faculty, the community and state.
- Flexibility and 24/7 learning options: Online or in person, day or evening.
- Innovation and hands-on learning: Greater hands-on learning experiences though a variety of partnerships and initiatives.
- Workforce development and continuing professional studies: Develop or enhance career options with innovative degree and certificate programs.
- 523 undergraduate students
- 176 graduate students
- Faculty experts and practitioners
- All teacher education programs are nationally accredited
- 13:1 student to faculty ratio
- 100 percent pass rate on all required teacher licensure exams
- More than 30 undergraduate and graduate majors across two campuses, in collaboration with other URI degree granting colleges
Visit our Academics page for a complete list of all available programs.