Ready to join the College of Education? If you are looking for a degree in the fields of education, kinesiology, or psychology, we have a degree program for you!
Are you starting out in your collegiate career? No problem; everyone has to start somewhere. Why not start here?
Currently, the College of Education offers nine undergraduate degree programs. We offer five B.S. degrees in Curriculum, Instruction, and Leadership: Early Childhood Education (PK-3), Elementary Education (1-5), General Special Education: Mild/Moderate (1-5), Middle School Education Math and Science (4-8), and Secondary Education (6-12). In Kinesiology we offer two B.S. degree programs: Health and Physical Education and Kinesiology and Health Promotion. In Psychology, we offer a B.A. in Psychology.
Financial aid is available, including scholarships offered by the College of Education. Please visit our Scholarships page for more information.
For more information on our undergraduate programs, you can consult the Undergraduate Programs site.
Looking to continue your education? The College of Education offers a number (nine to be exact) of graduate-level degrees that can give you more experience, provide greater career opportunities, or deepen and expand your academic career.
In Curriculum, Instruction, and Leadership we offer three graduate programs: M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction , M.Ed. in Educational Leadership, and Ed.D. in Educational Leadership. In Kinesiology, we offer two graduate programs: M.S. in Administration of Sport and Physical Activity and M.S. in Sports Performance. In Psychology, we offer four graduate degrees: M.A. in Counseling and Guidance, M.A. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Ph.D. in Counseling and Guidance, and Ph.D. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
Graduate assistantships are available on a competitive basis through the Graduate School.
For more information on graduate programs in the College of Education, please visit our Graduate Programs site.
Do you already have an undergraduate degree in a non-teaching field-of-study, and want to be a certified teacher? Thanks to our alternative certification program not only can you become one, but you can earn your Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) at the same time!
For more information about how our program works, please visit our Alternative Certification site.
Certificate programs are intended for individuals who hold a bachelor's degree and are looking to enhance their knowledge or learn about a new field, but are not interested in pursuing a graduate degree. The College of Education offers 13 certificate programs - 12 in education and one in psychology.
For more information about our certificate programs, please visit our Certificate Programs Site.