Study at the Undergraduate Level
Liberal Studies Blended Teacher Education Major
The Division of Undergraduate Studies offers the Liberal Studies major and the Liberal Studies Blended Teacher Education major, both designed primarily for students planning to become elementary grade teachers. Visit the Liberal Studies website for more information.
Bachelor of Vocational Education
The Interwork Institute offers the Bachelor of Vocational Education (BVE) degree program for instructors teaching in vocational education programs at the secondary or postsecondary level.
Minor in Counseling and Social Change
The Minor In Counseling and Social Change introduces students to skills and concepts used to understand and create such change, and to professional career paths such a school and community counseling, clinical psychology, social work, family therapy, and school psychology. It provides immersion in theory and experience-based practice.
Child Development Major
The Child Development Major prepares students for a variety of professional specialties centering around children and families. Students select either the Child Specialization which prepares students for careers as teachers or administrators in preschool or child development centers; or the Family Specialization, designed primarily for students planning to become elementary grade teachers, social service workers, marriage and family therapists, social workers, child life specialists, school counselors, etc. The Department's focus is on lifespan development with an emphasis in social and emotional development.
Child Development Minor
The Child Development Minor is an important adjunct for students in such areas as education, psychology, recreation, social work, and sociology. Students who select this minor can benefit from a broad understanding of life as a developmental process.
Minor in Educational Technology
A minor in Educational Technology can greatly expand your career options and earning power when you graduate. Hone your skills in cutting-edge media technology; reach audiences with blogs, wikis, and other types of shared workspaces. Plan and develop websites, animated presentations, and instructional or informational videos; cultivate communities using popular social networking tools.
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