Degrees/Programs Offered

The following undergraduate programs are open to students seeking teacher licensure:

Early Childhood Education (Degree)

Ages 3-10/grades PreK-5 for children who are typically developing, at-risk and gifted, and who have mild/moderate educational needs. 

Special Education – Intervention Specialist (Degree)

Mild/Moderate Special Needs: Ages 5-21/grades K-12
Moderate/Intensive Special Needs:  Ages 5-21/grades K-12

Middle Childhood Education (Degree)

Ages 8-14/grades 4-9 with two of the following concentrations:

  • Reading and Language Arts
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Social Studies

Adolescence to Young Adult Education (Degree)

Ages 12-21/grades 7-12 in each of the following areas:

  • Integrated Language Arts
  • Integrated Mathematics
  • Integrated Social Studies
  • Science (five options)

Multiage Education (Degree)

Ages 3-21/grades PreK-12 in each of the following areas:

  • Visual Arts
  • Music
  • World Languages (French, German and Spanish)

The following undergraduate program is open to students not seeking teacher licensure, degree without licensure.

Early Childhood Education (degree without licensure)

  • Early Childhood Education Fast Track: Bachelor's degree completion program for student who already have an Associates degree in Early Childhood Education. Ages 0-5, preschool children who are typically developing, at-risk and gifted, and who have mild/moderate educational needs.

This interdisciplinary academic minor is open to students in all degree programs:

Peace Studies