Each licensure area is listed below. All candidates for teacher licensure complete practicum experiences in P-12 settings, beginning with the first or second year of study. The program culminates in a semester-long student teaching experience. All programs can be completed in four years.
Licensure areas are as follows:
Early Childhood (PK-3)
Family and Consumer Sciences (5-12)
General Music/Instrumental (K-12)
General Music/Vocal (K-12)
Middle Grades: Language Arts/Social Studies (6-8)
Middle Grades: Mathematics/Science (6-8)
Physical Education (K-12)
Special Education: Comprehensive (K-12)
Special Education: Interventionist (K-8)
Special Education: Interventionist (6-12)
Visual Arts (K-12)
For individuals who do not wish to earn a teaching license, all areas listed above are also available in degree programs without licensure. In addition, our department offers a Human Exceptionalities major, which can be customized to meet prerequisites for admission to graduate programs in Occupational Therapy (OT) or Speech and Language Pathology (SLP).