Degree Programs

We are committed to offering quality programs that prepare our candidates to meet national and state standards. As a result, all programs in the college, for which accreditation is available, are fully accredited. Approximately 2,800 students enroll in these programs each semester and are taught, challenged, and mentored by approximately 120 faculty members who excel in their areas of expertise.

Undergraduate Programs
Graduate Programs
Programs by Department

Admissions Info

Undergraduate

Bachelor’s Degrees that result in Teacher Certification

* Bachelor of Arts (B.A.):
Art Education

Bachelor of Arts in Education (B.A. in Ed.):
Elementary EducationMiddle School  Education | Special Education (Learning & Behavior Disorders)

* Bachelor of Music Education (B.M.M.E.):
Music Education

Bachelor of Science in Education (B.S. in Ed.):
Health Promotion | Kinesiology (teacher certification) | Interdisciplinary Early Childhood EducationSpecial Education (Moderate and Severe Disabilities)

* Bachelor of Science in Career and Technical Education (B.S.):
Career and Technical Education

Bachelor’s Degrees That Do Not Result in Teacher Certification
Bachelor of Arts in Education (B.A. in Ed.):
Secondary Education  (English Education, Mathematics Education, Science Education [Biology, Physics, Chemistry, or Earth Science], Social Studies)

* Communication Science and Disorders (B. H. S.)
Communication Disorders

Bachelor of Science in Education (B.S. in Ed.)
Kinesiology

 

Graduate

Master’s Degrees

* Masters of Arts (M.A.):
Art Education | Teaching World Languages 

Master of Arts in Education (M.A. in Ed.):
Elementary Education | Middle School Education |  Reading | Secondary Education (Business and Marketing EducationEnglish Education  | Mathematics EducationScience Education | Social Studies Education)

MIC (Master of Arts in Secondary Education with Initial Certification)

* Master of Science in Communication Disorders (M. S. C. D.)
Communication Disorders

Master of Education (M.Ed.):
Teacher Leadership
Educational Leadership

* Media Library Science (M. L. S.)
School Media Librarian

* Master of Music Education (M. M. E.)
Music Education

Master’s of Rehabilitation Counseling (M.R. C.):
Rehabilitation Counseling

Master’s of Science (M.S.):
Kinesiology and Health Promotion

* Master of Science in Career and Technical Education (M.S.):
Career and Technical Education

Master’s of Science in Education (M.S. in Ed.):
Counseling Psychology  | Educational Psychology  | Higher Education | Instructional Systems Design | Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education | Secondary Education (Science and/or Math) |  Social & Philosophical Studies | Special Education

* Master of Social Work (M. S. W)
School Social Work

* Teaching World Languages (M. A. T. W. L)
Teaching World Languages

 

Specialist Degrees

Specialist in Education (Ed. S. in Education):
Counseling Psychology | Educational Psychology (includes School Psychology) | Educational Leadership Studies | Special Education

 

Doctoral Degrees

Doctor of Education (Ed.D.):
Educational Policy Studies & Evaluation | Educational Leadership | Instruction and Administration | Kinesiology and Health Promotion

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.):
Counseling Psychology | Educational Psychology (includes School Psychology) | Education Sciences | Exercise Science | Interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Education Sciences | Special Education | Rehabilitation CounselingStudies in Higher Education

 

Endorsements

Director of Special Education | Principal  EdSPrincipal EdD | Superintendent | Supervisor of Instruction | Rank II (32 hours) | Rank I (30 hours)

 

Programs by Department

Curriculum and Instruction

STEM Education

Educational Leadership Studies

Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation

Educational, School and Counseling Psychology

Kinesiology and Health Promotion

Early Childhood, Special Education and Rehabilitation Counseling

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