The Bulacan State University College of Education came into being in 1967 with the initial course in Drafting, Machine Shop Practice, Automotive, and Woodworking, Enrolment was purposely limited then due to the policy of the College not to graduate more than what schools in Bulacan and the neighboring provinces could absorb. The first batch of graduates was composed of 17 members with Dr. Mariano de Jesus who graduate cum laude.
The Teacher Education Program evolved to become the School of Education which offered in addition to BSIE, the course Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEEd) with various fields of specialization.
The Teacher Education Department was headed by Ms. Francisca Enriquez as the first dean. After her retirement, Dr. Mariano C. de Jesus took over as the next dean. Later, the Teacher Education Department was named College with Dr. Danilo D. Faustino as the third Dean.
On November 15, 2002, Dr. Danilo D. Faustino was designated to be the Vice President for Academic Affairs while Dr. Mariano C. De Jesus as the Executive Vice President. The movement of positions gave way to Dr. Luzviminda F. Tantoco who became the fourth dean of the College with Dr. Marlene D. Castillo as the Associate Dean. At present the College Dean is Dr. Teody C. San Andres with Prof. Belarmeno S. Cruz as his Assistant Dean. Other faculty members were designated Student Teaching Supervisors to handle a particular area of specialization.
At, present, the College of Education continues to offer the three programs: BTTE, BSEd and BEEd. Each proram is headed by an Area Chairman. In addition, the College of Education also offers the Continuing Professional Teacher Education (CPTE) for degree holders of programs other than education.
The College of Education likewise oversees the operation of the Laboratory High School with Dr. Dolorita del Rosario as Principal.
A recognized leader for excellence in instruction, research, extension and production services, a key player in the education and formation of professionally competent, service oriented, and productive citizens, and a prime mover of the nation's sustainable socioeconomic growth and development.
The university shall primarily provide higher professional, technical, and special instruction for special purposes and promote research and extension services, advances studies and progressive leadership in Agriculture, Commerce, Education, Fishery, Forestry, Engineering, Arts and Sciences, Law, Medicine, Public Administration, Technical, and other fields that may be relevant (R.A. 7665).
The College of Education ensures the attainment of empowered and competitive graduates through: