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 (Teacher Certification)

Bachelor of Arts in Education (B.A. in Education):

Elementary Education

Middle Level Education

Special Education (Learning & Behavior Disorders)

Bachelor of Science in Education (B.S. in Education):

Health Promotion

Kinesiology (Physical Education)

Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education

Special Education (Moderate and Severe Disabilities)

Bachelor of Science (B.S.):

STEM Education (Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, or Earth Science)

College of Fine Arts:

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

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

College of Agriculture, Food and Environment:

*Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Agricultural Education

 


Undergraduate (No Teacher Certification)

Bachelor of Arts in Education (B.A. in Education):

Secondary English Education

Secondary Social Studies Education

Bachelor of Science in Education (B.S. in Education):

Exercise Science

Undergraduate Certificate

Undergraduate Certificate in Leadership Studies


Graduate

Master of Arts in Education (M.A. in Education):

Elementary Education

Middle Level Education

Secondary English Education

Secondary Social Studies Education

Literacy

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

Program Overview

English Education

Mathematics Education

Science Education

Social Studies Education

Master of Education (M.Ed.):

Teacher Leadership

Educational Leadership

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

Rehabilitation Counseling

Master of Science (M.S.):

Higher Education

Social & Philosophical Studies

Kinesiology (Physical Education) and Health Promotion

Applied Behavior Analysis

Master of Science in Education (M.S. in Education.):

Counseling Psychology

Educational Psychology

Instructional Systems Design

Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education

Secondary STEM Education

Special Education

*Master of Arts (M.A.) in Art Education

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

*Master of Science in Library Sciences (M.S.L.S.) in Media Library Science (School Media Librarian)

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

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

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


Specialist in Education (Ed.S. in Education):

Counseling Psychology

School Psychology

Educational Leadership Studies

Special Education


Doctor of Education (Ed.D.):

Educational Policy Studies & Evaluation

Educational Leadership

Kinesiology (Physical Education) and Health Promotion

Instructional Systems Design

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.):

Counseling Psychology

Educational Psychology

School Psychology

Education Sciences

Exercise Science

Interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Education Sciences

Special Education

Rehabilitation Counseling

Studies in Higher Education


Endorsements

Principal Ed.S.

Principal Ed.D.

Superintendent

Supervisor of Instruction

Teacher Leader

 

*Program not housed within the College of Education.