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)