Undergraduate Degrees

The James L. and Dorothy H. Dewar College of Education and Human Services offers the following undergraduate degrees:

Adult and Career Education Department

B.S. Office Administration and Technology

B.A.S. Human Capital Performance

B.S.Ed. Workforce Education and Development

(Secondary Career-Technical Education)
(Workforce Training and Development)

Art Department

B.F.A. Art Education

Communication Sciences and Disorders

B.S.Ed. Communication Disorders

Early Childhood and Special Education Department

B.S.Ed. Early Childhood

B.S. Ed. Early Childhood Special Education General Curriculum

Kinesiology and Physical Education

B.S.Ed. Health and Physical Education

Middle Grades, Secondary, Reading, and Deaf Education Department

B.S.Ed. Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Education

B.S. American Sign Language/Interpreting

B.S.Ed. Middle Grades

       Concentration Area Courses 

Music Department

B.M. Music Education

Modern and Classical Language Department

B.S.Ed. French Education

B.A. Spanish/Foreign Language Education Track

Psychology and Counseling Department

B.A. Psychology

B.S. Psychology

Teaching Degree Programs in the College of Education and Human Services


Teaching Field Level

Art Education P-12
Early Childhood Education P-5
Foreign Language Education: French, Spanish P-12
Middle Grades Education 4-8
Music Education P-12
Health and Physical Education P-12
Communication Sciences and Disorders P-12
Special Education: Adapted Curriculum P-12
Special Education: General Curriculum P-12
Special Education: General Curriculum/ECE P-5
Deaf Education P-12
Workforce Education and Development (Technical Ed Option) 6-12