For more information about our department please see links to the right.
- Elementary Education Grades K-6
- Middle Childhood Education Grades 5-9
- Psychology and Education (Interdisciplinary)
- Multi-categorical Special Education K-6 or 5-Adult
- Secondary Education
- Physical Education
- Social Studies
The Teacher Preparation Program provides certification candidates with professional preparation in education using as its conceptual framework "Teacher as Reflective Practitioner." Candidates integrate a liberal arts background, content preparation, and educational principles to prepare for careers in teaching at the elementary, middle, and secondary school levels or in an interdisciplinary synthesis of Psychology and Education. Candidates can choose content specializationsin Art, Biology, Chemistry, English, Language Arts, Mathematics, Physical Education, Social Studies, or Spanish.Candidates completing a major in Elementary Education or a minor in Secondary Education can minor in Special Education. The Teacher Preparation Program is accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). Note: Course work often requires field experiences; participants must arrange their own transportation in order to complete these courses, and candidates must arrange their own transportation in order to complete the Program overall.
Education Department Quick Facts
Average Completer GPA
|Undergraduate Degrees Awarded||10|
|Graduate Degrees Awarded||7|
|Test Scores: Praxis Pass Rates for All Completers||96%|