Amanda Bozack*, Director
Teacher Education Programs
Students seeking licensure to teach in early childhood education/early childhood special education, hearing impairment (preK-12) special education - general curriculum (K-12) or special education: general and adapted curriculum (K-12), and elementary or middle school education must major in Interdisciplinary Studies. Students who seek licensure to teach in secondary schools (grades 6-12) complete an approved Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree in a specific major and also complete the Education Minor and Professional Education Coursework.
General information regarding admission and retention in the Teacher Education Programs can be found here.
All students are assigned a professional advisor and/or faculty advisor upon entering the university. Students are encouraged to consult with their professional and/or academic advisor regularly to facilitate smooth progress towards completion of their degree.
Interdisciplinary Studies, B.S.*
American Sign Language Minor
Education Minor (A, L)
Special Education Minor (A)