Dean: Kimberly Durham, Ph.D.

Founded in the early 1970’s, the Fischler School offered the first field-based doctoral programs in education in the nation. Following in 1982, the Fischler School launched the very first online course to its students. Since then, they have been offering the most innovative, accessible, and technologically-advanced programs to date. Whether you are looking to earn a degree or add on another certification area, our flexible courses – available online, on-site, or on campus – they will help you to reach your goals and make a difference in your life, your community, and beyond.

The Abraham S. Fischler College of Education is dedicated to the enhancement and continuing support of teachers, administrators, trainers, and others working in related helping professions throughout the world. The school fulfills its commitment to the advancement of education by serving as a resource for practitioners, both novice and experienced, and by supporting them in their professional self-development.


Browse the Abraham S. Fischler College of Education and School of Criminal Justice Collections:

Center for Applied Research on Substance Use and Health Disparities

Departmental Publications

Education Curriculum Committee Minutes and Agendas

Faculty Articles

Faculty Books and Book Chapters

Faculty Presentations

FDLA Journal

Florida Distance Learning Association Conference

Innovate: Journal of Online Education

Please Don't Hurt Me: Perspectives in Child Abuse Prevention

School of Criminal Justice Theses and Dissertations

Strategic Research Projects

Student Articles

Student Presentations

Teaching and Learning at a Distance, 6th Edition

Theses and Dissertations