Areas of Study
College of Education Undergraduate Majors & Programs
|Major||Department or School||Concentrations||Endorsements||Degree|
|Public Health||Health, Physical Education and Recreation||Bachelor of Science in Public Health|
|Recreation and Leisure Studies||Health, Physical Education and Recreation||Recreation Administration, Recreation||Bachelor of Science in Education|
|Secondary Education||Teacher Education||Middle Grades Endorsement 4-9||School Librarian, Adapted Physical Education, American Sign Language, Art Education (K-12), Biology, Chemistry, Coaching, English, English as a Second Language, French, German, Health Education, Language Arts, Mathematics, Middle Grades Education, Music (K-12), Natural Science, Physical Education, Physical Science, Physics, Social Science, Spanish||Bachelor of Science in Education|
|Secondary Education, Special Education||Special Education and Communication Disorders||Deaf or Hard of Hearing (7-12), Mild/Moderately Disabled (7-12)||Bachelor of Science in Education|
|Speech-Language Pathology||Special Education and Communication Disorders||Bachelor of Science in Education|
|Athletic Training||Health, Physical Education and Recreation||Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training|
|Community Health||Health, Physical Education and Recreation||Bachelor of Science in Education|
|Elementary Education||Teacher Education||Early Childhood Education, Elementary, English as a Second Language, Physical Education, World Language-ASL Supp, World Language-French, World Language-German, World Language-Spanish||Bachelor of Science in Education|
|Elementary Education, Special Education||Special Education and Communication Disorders||Sign Language Interpreter||Deaf or Hard of Hearing, Mild/Moderately Disabled||Bachelor of Science in Education|
|Library Science||Teacher Education||Bachelor of Science in Education|
|Physical Education||Health, Physical Education and Recreation||Exercise Science||Bachelor of Science in Education|
The College of Education offers master's degrees in Athletic Training; Counseling; Educational Leadership; Elementary Education; Health, Physical Education and Recreation; Reading; Secondary Education; Special Education; and Speech-Language Pathology. View program details.
The College of Education offers programs leading to educator certification in a variety of areas. Explore the options and contact us for help finding the program that is right for you.
Endorsements are additions to teaching certificates and do not lead to initial teacher certification. View a complete listing of options.
STUDENT SERVICES AND FIELD EXPERIENCES
The Office of Student Services and Field Experiences for the College of Education is responsible for academic advising, field experiences and teacher certification.
FACULTY AND STAFF
The College of Education faculty participate in scholarship and research that play important roles in improving the greater educational community. This results in more relevant teaching and more active learning. Our professors are acknowledged leaders in their fields, both nationally and internationally. The School's faculty have garnered millions of dollars in grants and private funds for their research over the past five years. Most importantly, our faculty is dedicated to student success.