The College of Education began nearly 90 years ago and has grown into a first-rate program known for producing exceptional professionals. The program offers undergraduate certification in elementary/middle education and middle/secondary education. The teacher education program includes majors of: biology, chemistry, communication studies, English, French, German, history, journalism, Latin, mathematics, physics, political science, psychology, religious studies, sociology, Spanish, theatre arts, and a broad field social science teaching license extension. Individuals wishing to pursue post-graduate studies have quite a few options within the College of Education to complete their graduate-level course work. Visit their website at: The College of Education.


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