Facts & Figures

The Lynch School of Education and Human Development at Boston College, a Catholic and Jesuit university, endeavors to improve the human condition through education and applied psychology.

Rankings

#19

National ranking for graduate schools of education

U.S. News & World Report

#1

Top-ranked Catholic school of education in the country

#11

National ranking for Student Counseling and Personnel Services program

U.S. News & World Report

Undergraduate Students

580

Undergraduate students

20%

 Identify as AHANA

37%

Study abroad

150

Yearly practicum placements

Undergraduate Majors

Undergraduate Minors

Graduate Students

871

Graduate students

31

Countries represented

$8.4 million +

Financial aid awarded each year

Master's

25

Number of programs

1–22

Range of work experience (in years)

Doctoral

6

Number of programs

100%

Full-time students receiving full tuition remission

MTEL Pass Rates

94%

Communication and Literacy Skills, Reading

MA Dept. of Elementary and Secondary Education

98%

Communication and Literacy Skills, Writing

MA Dept. of Elementary and Secondary Education

86%

General Curriculum,
Multi-Subject

MA Dept. of Elementary and Secondary Education