The College of Education and Human Development offers undergraduate programs to prepare students for areas of specialization that include teaching; elementary, middle, and secondary schools; special education; health and human performance; nutrition and dietetics; and recreation, parks, and tourism. Students may select from a wide range of program options at the undergraduate level. Many of these options lead to professional licensure or certification.

Exercise, Sports and Health Education (B.S.)

Interdisciplinary Studies (B.S.)

  • Early Childhood/Early Childhood Special Education with fifth year M.S. and licensure
  • Elementary Education (licensure)
  • Liberal Arts – Non-teaching (concentration)
  • Middle Education (licensure)
  • Special Education: Deaf and Hard of Hearing with licensure in Hearing Impairment (licensure)
  • Special Education: General Curriculum with 5th year M.S. and licensure in ED, LD and MR
  • Special Education (concentration)

Nutrition and Dietetics (B.S.)

Recreation, Parks and Tourism (B.A., B.S.)

  • Outdoor Recreation (concentration)
  • Recreation Therapy (concentration)
  • Tourism and Special Events (concentration)