The Division of Teacher Education offers not only teacher education, but a variety of other degrees designed to provide students with skills that will lead to a meaningful career. Explore our other degrees to find the one that is right for you!
The General Studies - Education major introduces students to the following disciplines: education, literacy, special education, gifted and talented education, kinesiology, and health. Students select at least four of the disciplines for a broad-based study in the overarching area of education. The major allows for flexibility in course selection and degree design.
For a detailed list of course requirements, connect to the official General Studies - Education program plan.
The Paraprofessional Education program prepares teaching assistants to work in K-12 schools in Special Education, Reading, or ENL programs. The program articulates with the core requirements of the Elementary Teacher Education Program while providing needed coursework to improve the learning of students. For a detailed list of course requirements, connect to the official Paraprofessional Education program plan.
The Interdisciplinary Studies major provides students with the opportunity to major in an interdisciplinary program that can be tailored to meet unique and specific career and graduate education opportunities. A student opting for this program works with an advisory committee to develop a coherent degree plan that includes two broadly-defined disciplinary areas of study, leading to a focused objective.
Academic disciplinary areas may be chosen from the following divisions, subject to approval by the Advisory Committee: Business, Teacher Education, Movement and Sport Sciences, Humanities, Natural Science and Mathematics, Social Sciences.
For a detailed list of course requirements, connect to the official Interdisciplinary Studies program plan.