Applied Education Studies: Learning Design and Technology
The Learning Design and Technology (LDT) concentration was created under the Applied Education Studies (BS): degree plan to serve students who are interested in working in multiple sectors as instructional designers and developers rather than teachers.
Science Education–Middle School or Secondary
As an exciting, cutting-edge discipline, there is a crucial need for science teachers in the 21st century. With a teaching license in the science areas, our graduates will be able to seek employment and make a positive difference in the future of their communities.
Mathematics Education–Middle School or Secondary
With six different options in undergraduate degrees, including dual majors, our Mathematics Education program prepares professionals for a variety of positions of instructional leadership in the field of mathematics education. We offer degrees for middle school (grades 6 – 9) and high school (grades 9 – 12) education.
Technology, Engineering, and Design Education
With an emphasis on innovation and hands-on learning, this program prepares individuals for a variety of engineering and design employment opportunities, this program leads to teacher licensure.
Middle Grades English Language Arts & Social Studies Education (MSL)
The goal of our MSL program is to prepare teachers to effectively educate young adolescents while being responsive to their unique needs, interests and abilities. Graduates earn licensure for teaching grades six through nine in the language arts and social studies disciplines.