• Undergraduate Programs

    The School of Education offers an abundance of options at both the undergraduate and graduate level, as well as a variety of graduate and post-master's certificate and endorsement opportunities.

    Undergraduate Degree Programs

    • P-3 with Teacher of Students with Disabilities, with a subject area in anthropology; English; English/creative writing; foreign language/Spanish; history; or music
    • Elementary Education Endorsement (K-6) with a subject area in anthropology; art; biology; chemistry; chemistry – physical sciences; English; English/creative writing; foreign language/Spanish; history; history/political science interdisciplinary; mathematics; music; or political science
    • Secondary Education Endorsement (9-12) with a subject area in biology; chemistry; chemistry - physical sciences; English; English/creative writing; history; history/political science interdisciplinary; mathematics; or political science
    • K-12 Education with a subject area in art; foreign language/Spanish; health and physical education; or music

    Five-Year Baccalaureate/Master's Programs

    Five-year Baccalaureate/Master's Programs allow a student to earn both an undergraduate and graduate degree in just five years. The following options are offered:

    • Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology, English, or History with Elementary Education, combined with a graduate program in: Reading Specialist
    • Bachelor of Arts in English or History with Secondary Education, combined with a graduate program in: Reading Specialist
    • Bachelor of Arts in Spanish with K-12 Education or Elementary Education, combined with a graduate program in: Teacher of Students with Disabilities
    • Bachelor of Science in Mathematics with Elementary or Secondary Education, combined with a graduate program in Teacher of Students with Disabilities
    • Bachelor of Science in Health/Physical Education with Endorsement in K-12 Education combined with a graduate program in Teacher of Students with Disabilities
    • Five-Year (4+1) Program: Psychology (BA)/School Counseling (MSEd)