HDOSE is an interdisciplinary group of faculty offering degree programs that share a focus on human behavior and well-being in organizational and community contexts. With approximately 250 students and more than thirty full- and part-time faculty, the School of Human Development and Organizational Studies in Education (HDOSE) at the University of Florida offers master’s, specialist, and/or doctoral degrees in the program areas of Counselor Education, Educational Leadership, Higher Education/Student Personnel in Higher Education, and Research and Evaluation Methodology.
Striving for excellence a number of our programs and faculty have been recognized nationally. Our Counselor Education program continues to be ranked among the top five programs of its type in the country. Our faculty are regularly recognized by their respective national associations and have been selected as top graduate student mentors throughout the entire university.
We encourage you to explore our graduate programs and note the accomplishments of our faculty and students. To find out more information about the distinct programs within HDOSE, including faculty and staff directories for each program area please follow the link to the programmatic webpages. We hope you will join the School of Human Development and Organizational Studies in Education and encourage you to contact us with any questions you may have.