Course Summary

Course Description

The College of Education's primary mission is to ensure that faculty and undergraduate and graduate candidates develop the knowledge, skills, and dispositions needed to foster academic achievement, social responsibility, personal responsibility and social justice in themselves so that they can, in turn, facilitate high achievement in P-16 learners. Our programs provide an intellectually rigorous and challenging environment for all candidates. Built upon a liberal education, the College's programs combine the study of research, theory, and wisdom of practice in diverse settings with a variety of opportunities to apply knowledge, skills and dispositions to practice.

Programs Offered
The College of Education offers the BA in Education (Early Childhood, Elementary, Subject-Matter, and Health and
Physical Education specializations); BA in Athletic Training; and BA in Health Promotion Fitness Management. The
College of Education also offers non-degree teacher certification programs in Reading and Teacher of Students with
Disabilities as well as numerous graduate programs.

In addition, the Minor in Education is offered and the BA in Liberal Studies: Literacy Studies (in collaboration with the
English Department and the Department of Writing Arts).

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